Officially excluded from the presidential race, the son of Muammar Gaddafi intended to file an appeal with Sebha. But forces loyal to Marshal Haftar, himself a candidate, block the Court of Justice.
Is the Libyan electoral process slipping down a dangerous slope? While the presidential election is still scheduled for December 24, and candidatures have multiplied in recent weeks, the exclusion of Seif el-Islam Kadhafi of the race for the supreme post raises fears of a new outbreak of violence, which could come, once is not custom, from the city of Sebha.
According to our information, the city of Fezzan, where the son of Muammar Gaddafi has taken up residence since the announcement of his return to political life and that of his candidacy for the Libyan presidency, is the witness of movement of security forces loyal to the Marshal Haftar since the morning of November 25.