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Libya: The region of Barca declare autonomy

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Mustafa Ahmed& Agencies

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At a ceremony held this Tuesday, March 6 in the city of Benghazi, tribal leaders and policies of eastern Libya has declared the region autonomous region of Barca.

Tribal leaders in the region east of Libya announced on Tuesday during a ceremony in Benghazi that the region of Barca took off to become independent.

They also appointed a council to manage the affairs of the Eastern Region. This new council recognizes, however, the National Transitional Council (CNT). The leaders chose the federal system. SAHD Ibrahim, Secretary General of the Front of the Hi Libya established in England in 1981, announced the birth of the new state live on Al Arabia TV channel.

Moustapha Abdeljalil, re-elected head of the LSC, said the Libyans had fought for a united Libya. The prime minister, Abdel Rahim al-Kib, said Monday, March 5, in a television interview that Libya does not have federalism and that there was no question of “back 50 years ago.”

The plateau of Barca is an ancient Greek colony, Roman and Byzantine then called Cyrenaica. The current authorities are still struggling to exercise authority over the territory of present-day Libya.

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