Following the forces known as 'National Army' to Tripoli, a number of Libyan representatives boycotted the House' cessions.

Iran Press/Africa: Following the attacks of forces known as 'National Army' to Tripoli, a number of Libyan MPs boycotted the House of Representative’s sessions.

Meanwhile, a committee has been formed to fire those representatives who don's take part in the House's sessions, Iran Press reported.

Early last week, a group of 47 members of Libyan House of Representatives, taking part in a meeting, issued a statement that condemned the Haftar's forces' attack to Tripoli.

Emphasizing the need to preserve the unity and territorial integrity of Libya, those representatives called for ending war in Tripoli and return of armed forces to their initial positions.

Holding this meeting was protested by the other representatives. 

Libya has been grappling with violence and instability ever since United States and NATO decided to militarily intervene in the country and oust the long-time dictator, Muammar Gadhafi. 

The United Nations and the majority of the international community recognizes the government of prime minister, Fayez al-Sarraj, and a parliament in Tripoli, but a rival government and rival parliament based in the east of the country, and supported by the warlord General Khalifa Haftar also exists.

This rival renegade government is not recognized internationally but Saudi Arabia and UAE support it. 105/207



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