Speaking during a meeting with the officers on Tuesday, Al-Sharif explained that it was not possible to transmit the data; To preserve the property of military personnel and their families in the Western Region; “And in order not to infiltrate groups that might take reprisals.”
He confirmed that all data would be transmitted if coordination was coordinated with the “5 + 5” joint military committee, and immediately after the military institution was unified, noting at the same time that salaries were paid according to national figures, and they were matched by the Administrative Control Authority.
He saluted the army men “for their discipline, linkage and commitment”, despite their non-disbursement of their salaries over the past months, and he also praised the position of the representatives of the General Command in the “5 + 5” committee, which resulted in the payment of salaries, their “stopping discussions and meetings in Geneva, and their failure to proceed with any agreement before releasing her.”
The Libyan strategic expert, Brigadier General Muhammad al-Rajbani, believes that the pressures that occurred since last week, including the conversation of the American ambassador, Richard Norland, with Prime Minister Abdel Hamid al-Dabaiba, had an impact in resolving this file, which has been a crisis for about four months.
Al-Rajbani warned against the Brotherhood’s continued control of the Central Bank of Libya and its governor, Al-Siddiq Al-Kabeer, which impeded the passage of several decisions, including in many periods the payment of salaries, which was admitted by the Minister of Finance in the previous government of Al-Sarraj, Faraj Boumtari, who accused Al-Kabeer of being behind the salary-disbursement crisis for state employees. .
Libyan political analyst Abdel Wahed Musa agrees with the General Command’s failure to disclose the data of army officers and soldiers, and that it is a “red line” that cannot be crossed, and this is so that this information does not leak into foreign hands.
Moussa believes that this information can be made available in the event that the general elections take place as scheduled on December 24, which will result in the selection of a “legitimate and patriotic” head of state.
This file was one of the reasons that prompted members of the House of Representatives to “withdraw confidence” from the government led by Dabaiba, who said in the interrogation session that he had given permission to pay salaries, but Finance Minister Khaled Al-Mabrouk returned to saying that he had not released her “because of the failure to provide data” to the military. .