The “Tripoli meeting” confirmed the fall of Dabaiba’s legitimacy

The “Tripoli meeting” confirmed the fall of Dabaiba’s legitimacy
The “Tripoli meeting” confirmed the fall of Dabaiba’s legitimacy
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Libyan politicians said that the Arab consultative meeting called for by the outgoing government of Dabaiba in the capital, Tripoli, which witnessed the absence of most Arab countries, in addition to the Arab League officials’ refusal to participate, confirms the fall of Dabaiba’s legitimacy..

The meeting fails miserably

The former spokesman for the Libyan State Council, Al-Senussi, Ismail, says that the Dabaiba government paid the price for the anger of the Arab League by insisting on holding a meeting of foreign ministers..

He pointed out that the failure of the “Tripoli meeting” was a test for the foreign minister in the previous government, Najla al-Manqoush, regarding her understanding of the mechanisms of diplomatic action and the Arab League’s directions..

External compass adjustment

Ismail pointed out that the compass of the Libyan Foreign Ministry should have been modified, despite the end of its term, adding that diplomatic work is sensitive, and Manqoush should not have chaired the Consultative Council in Tripoli.

The necessity of leaving the bear

The head of the Libyan Coordination of Parties and Blocs, Naji Barakat, said that the Arab countries have sent their message to the need for Dabaiba to leave..

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Libyan political analyst Jibril al-Obeidi added that the Tripoli meeting revealed Manqoush’s lack of knowledge of the mechanisms of both political and diplomatic action.

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meeting without results

Libyan writer and political analyst Mustafa Al-Fitouri stressed that the meeting of a number of Arab foreign ministers in Tripoli was a failure.

He added: For the first time in the history of diplomacy in the world, the host country fails to achieve anything from a conference it organized and hosted.

The fall of the legitimacy of Dibiya

The diplomat and former Libyan foreign media director, Abdullah al-Maqri, explained that the absence of some countries from the consultative meeting of Arab foreign ministers in the capital, Tripoli, reflects these countries’ rejection of the unity government’s attempts to confer Arab legitimacy..

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