“them to play with the fate of Libya”.
Dbeibah said Libyans are aware of the woes of the dictatorship and that the electoral law controversy adds to the suffering of the people and serves the agenda of local and foreign parties, adding that Libyan justice will not allow the adoption of selective laws because they violate the principles of freedom set out in the constitutional declaration.
âThe political isolation and the current exclusion from participation in state building target not only individuals but also the whole of Libyan society. The Libyan Amazighs are an integral part of society and they have the right to demand a constitution that preserves all their The Amazigh language should be taught in all schools and we will order the ministries of education and higher education to s ‘take care of this language by creating university faculties to teach it. said Dbeibah.
He added that orders will be given to the Civil Status Authority to register Amazigh names if they do not violate Islamic Sharia law, adding that the worst that can happen to people is to have their identity erased and being forced to adapt to another culture.