Libyan Revolutionaries Operations Room call on army members to desert
By Libya Herald staff.
Tripoli, 21 May 2014:
The Libyan Revolutionaries Operations Room (LROR) has called on its members serving in the armed forces to desert their posts saying it does not need the support General Khalifa Hafter.
In a statement yesterday, the LROR told its forces to temporarily withdraw from the Army and disclose to their commanders the names of anyone involved in attempting to kill of officials and members of the security forces. It said it would then seek their prosecution through the Attorney General’s office.
The LROR said it would be “the head of the spear” which would deter criminals in the country and that it would carry out its mission without the aid of General Haftier and his Dignity Operation.
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