LNA targets 12 armed vehicles used by militias to enter Sirte

Source: Egypt Today Magazine - View Original Article
Published: Jun 29, 2020
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56% Liberal


Bias Score Calculation:

78% Positive Sentiment + Policies: United Nations = 78% Liberal
22% Negative Sentiment + Policies: United Nations = 22% Conservative
74% Positive Sentiment + Policies: United Nations = 74% Liberal
26% Negative Sentiment + Policies: United Nations = 26% Conservative
33% Positive Sentiment + Policies: Electoral College = 33% Liberal

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Electoral College

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93% "He added that all moves by militants are observed."
84% "* The Presidential Council shall take its decisions by a majority, except for sovereign decisions related to the armed forces, which shall be decided upon in the presence of the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces."
83% "On June 6, President Sisi, LNA Commander-in-Chief KhalifaHaftar, and Libyan Speaker AguilaSaleh announced from the Egyptian capital the Cairo Declaration offering a roadmap for the political solution."
74% "The transitional period is set to take 18 months, and can be increased by a maximum period of six months, during which all Libyan state institutions are to be re-organized, especially the main economic institutions: the Central Bank, the National Oil Corporation and the Libyan Investment Corporation."
73% "Mahgoub asserted that the LNA is ready to repel any attempts by the militias to enter Sirte describing it as a red line like stated by the Egyptian president last week."
70% "The initiative obliges all foreign parties to remove all foreign mercenaries nationwide,dismantle militias and handover of weapons to allow the LNA to cooperate with other security apparatuses to undertake their military duty as well as complete the path of the Military 5 + 5 Commission in Geneva."
62% "CAIRO - 29 June 2020:"
60% "Spokesperson of the LNA Ahmed al-Mesmary had declared that different types of units were sent to western Sirte."
59% "* Each region must obtain a proportional number of portfolios according to the population."
58% "* The necessary executive measures must be taken to unify all economic and monetary institutions in eastern, southern and western Libya, and implement structural economic reforms, in addition to preventing Libyan funds from reaching the militias."
-53% "The president described the site as a red line that if crossed, would prompt a direct intervention by Egypt, which is internationally legitimate."
-57% "Commander of Mobilization at the Libyan National Army (LNA)"
-65% "On June 20, President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi issued a warning to the militias affiliated to the Government of National Accord (GNA) and backed by Turkey to not advance towards Sirte and Al-Jafrah."
-73% "In December 2019, it signed two MoUs with Turkey on defense and gas drilling eastern the Mediterranean."
-93% "Such provisions are violated by Turkey, which brought into Libya 15,000 Syrian mercenaries and sent 1,500 officers and military experts to co-command militias' operations rooms."

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

93% : He added that all moves by militants are observed.
84% : * The Presidential Council shall take its decisions by a majority, except for sovereign decisions related to the armed forces, which shall be decided upon in the presence of the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces.
83% : On June 6, President Sisi, LNA Commander-in-Chief KhalifaHaftar, and Libyan Speaker AguilaSaleh announced from the Egyptian capital the Cairo Declaration offering a roadmap for the political solution.
78% : The GNA is an interim non-elected government that is recognized by the United Nations.
74% : The United Nations must supervise the electoral complexes in general to ensure the integrity of the electoral process for selecting candidates for the Presidential Council.
74% : The transitional period is set to take 18 months, and can be increased by a maximum period of six months, during which all Libyan state institutions are to be re-organized, especially the main economic institutions: the Central Bank, the National Oil Corporation and the Libyan Investment Corporation.
73% : Khaled al-Mahgoub stated in a phone-in Sunday that the Libyan Armed Forces targeted 12 armed vehicles used by the Government of National Accord (GNA) militias while attempting to enter Sirte city in central Libya.
73% : Mahgoub asserted that the LNA is ready to repel any attempts by the militias to enter Sirte describing it as "a red line" like stated by the Egyptian president last week.
71% : That is because Egypt has been requested by the elected House of Representatives based in Tobruk and tribe chiefs, and because the UN Security Council resolutions on Libya and Berlin Conference provide a ban on arm supplies to armed groups and foreign intervention.
70% : The Libyan National Army (LNA) restored Sirte from militias in January 2020, and entered the outskirts of Tripoli and Misrata before retreating from Al-Watiyah that has an airbase, and Tarhouna town which was its last stronghold western the country.
70% : The initiative obliges all foreign parties to remove all foreign mercenaries nationwide,dismantle militias and handover of weapons to allow the LNA to cooperate with other security apparatuses to undertake their military duty as well as complete the path of the Military 5 + 5 Commission in Geneva.
67% : * Each region should form an electoral college, whose members are chosen from the House of Representatives and the state alongside tribal elders and notables, taking into account the representation of women and youth.
65% : The initiative also aims to ensure a fair representation of all three regions of Libya in forming a presidential council, which will be elected by the Libyan people under the supervision of the United Nations for the first time in the country's history.
62% : CAIRO - 29 June 2020:
60% : Spokesperson of the LNA Ahmed al-Mesmary had declared that different types of units were sent to western Sirte.
59% : * Each region must obtain a proportional number of portfolios according to the population.
58% : * The necessary executive measures must be taken to unify all economic and monetary institutions in eastern, southern and western Libya, and implement structural economic reforms, in addition to preventing Libyan funds from reaching the militias.
47% : The president described the site as a "red line" that if crossed, would prompt a "direct intervention" by Egypt, which is internationally legitimate.
43% : Commander of Mobilization at the Libyan National Army (LNA)
35% : On June 20, President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi issued a warning to the militias affiliated to the Government of National Accord (GNA) and backed by Turkey to not advance towards Sirte and Al-Jafrah.
27% : In December 2019, it signed two MoUs with Turkey on defense and gas drilling eastern the Mediterranean.
7% : Such provisions are violated by Turkey, which brought into Libya 15,000 Syrian mercenaries and sent 1,500 officers and military experts to co-command militias' operations rooms.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

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