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Written by Alrassed Alliby Editor
7 Sep 2013 11:19 pm
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Zidane responding to the Brotherhood: It seems that the partisan Association for Libyan Justice and development Party with his counterpart in Egypt

Zidane responding to the Brotherhood: It seems that the partisan Association for Libyan Justice and development Party with his counterpart in Egypt

Prime Minister Ali Zaidan said he will not care about that accusations by the Party of Justice and development on his recent visit to the Arab Republic of Egypt.


Zidane said that Party of Justice and development apparently proved that what linked him with the Freedom and Justice Party - its counterpart in Egypt - is more powerful than his National Association.


The Prime Minister pointed out that he had visited Egypt during the reign of President Mohamed Morsi, met him and his deputy Qandil more than three times,and the Muslim Brotherhood did not consult Libyans in the matter which has a number of them who are involved in the part of Justice and development, as he said.


Zidane pointed out to the format in the same covenant with National Congress leader Mohammad Maqrif and carries the responsible for pushing the Governor of Central Bank of Libya to sign a deposit of two billion dollars deposited in the Central Bank of Egypt to support the Egyptian economy as well as approval of the supply in oil and pushing the Minister of Libyan oil and gas - is keen ongiving priority to the interests of Libya - which also belongs to the Party of justice and development and it was agreed on paying facilities and credit to Egypt in order to strengthen the interrelationships between Libya and Egypt, and not for partisan ties or links or something like that.


The Prime Minister added that his government is not keen to attract enemies of Libya, which is supposed to regulate her internal affair before Committing to any third party and that he wished the position of the Muslim Brotherhood in Libya to be wiser, as he put it, stressing that what happened in Egypt is an internal affair, regardless of unfortunate events that have occurred recently.