Libya’s PC to dissolve 15 military operation rooms in bid to bring order
The Libya Presidential Council (PC) decided Wednesday to dissolve 15 military operation rooms that were established years ago, Al Wasat news outlet reports citing a military source.
The decision comes on the heel of a Monday meeting between the PC, the Supreme Commander of the Army and the Military Prosecutor, Major General Massoud Arhouma, in the presence of Government of National Unity Chief of the General Staff, Lieutenant-General Muhammad Al-Haddad.
The meeting reportedly discussed problems facing a number of military units and departments.
The PC issued a statement saying that the meeting discussed a number of obstacles and organizational procedures facing all military departments and units and ways to solve them, so that they can perform their roles in accordance with the laws and regulations in force.
Libya currently has no official central army. The PC, headquartered in capital Tripoli, commands a patchwork army made of militias.