Border Insecurity

June 25th, 2013

The rebels consider that gadafistas forces do not pose a danger. They extend the deadline for surrender of the localities of Yafra, Sebha, Sirte and Bani Walid, still in possession of the gadafistas. There is no decision or intention of the CNT to collect weapons from rebels in Tripoli, they warn. After the fall of the Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi, that is unaccounted for, the greatest dangers that lurk to Libya are on the southern border insecurity and wealth in the hands of the deposed dictator, revealed this Saturday the rebel authorities. The real threat posed by Gaddafi is the money there is in your hands and the South borders are out of control, said President of the National Council of transition (CNT), Mustafa Abdulyalil, at a crowded press conference in Benghazi, capital of the rebels.

And it is that the rebels consider that gadafistas forces already do not pose a danger to the country, since they feel militarily strong. We can enter into any city and take the rebels to any region, said Abdulyalil, who he then stressed the desire of the CNT avoid destruction and protect the civilian population. For that reason, the rebels have expanded in a week, until next Saturday, the deadline for the surrender of the localities of Yafra, Sebha, Sirte and Bani Walid, still in possession of the followers of Gaddafi. This enlargement does not mean to not follow closely everything that happens, added Abdulyalil. The political revolutionaries j announced that rebels asediaran those cities until expiry of the ultimatum, although the CNT has decided to allow the entry of humanitarian aid and restore the power supply to the besieged populations. Even so, so far it has not received any response from the gadafistas. According to Abdulyalil, there are some individuals who qualified as important personalities, who are obstructing the negotiations that elders and wise carried out in these cities for their surrender.

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