Panafrican News Agency

Libyan Interior minister calls for consolidation of common Arab security to fight crime

Tripoli, Libya (PANA) - The Libyan minister of Interior of the National Unity Government, Major General Khaled Mazen, has stressed that strengthening the bonds of common Arab security has become more necessary than ever to face existing challenges and the development of crime in the world.

Gen. Mazen was speaking on Wednesday at the 39th meeting of the Council of Arab Ministers of Interior, which was opened in Tunis by Tunisian Prime Minister Najla Bouden, said a statement from the Interior ministry.

According to him, the achievement of security in Libya will only come through the door of political stability and the use of the ballot box.

The Libyan Prime Minister of the government of national unity has proposed a plan for parliamentary elections and a referendum on the constitution in June to counter the roadmap of parliament that adopted an amendment to the Constitutional Declaration.

This focuses on the revision of the Constitution and the organization of general election within a period not exceeding 14 months with the formation of a new government.

This situation has plunged the country into a new political impasse.

-0- PANA BY/JSG/SOC/BBA/RA 3March2022.