It is a series of betrayal, and agent Fayez al-Sarraj continues to play his episodes braggingly, as the leader of the Al-Wefaq militia has accepted the absolute subordination of Othmani Erdogan, forgetting the problems and concerns of the authentic Libyan people.
Al-Wefaq militias in Tripoli rushed to the rescue of the decayed Turkish lira by pumping four billion dollars into the treasury of the Turkish Central Bank, while the Libyans were suffering from a lack of liquidity, which has declined over the past months.
Libyan banks generally suffer from a liquidity crisis, and during the past year have reached great levels that have halted some aspects of life and the economy. Al-Wefaq did not move to solve some of its aspects until after the army launched the battle to purify Tripoli.
The financial transfers of the Turkish Central, prove the positions of the Libyan tribes that stipulated the lifting of international legitimacy from the Fayez al-Sarraj government in exchange for the reopening of oil fields and the ports it controlled.
The closure of the oil fields is considered the most serious blow to the militias of Tripoli since the year two thousand and eleven 2011, especially as it is the result of a popular movement led by the tribes influencing the sites of production and export, which accuse the Siraj and the devices subject to it of squandering the oil revenues in the recapture of the war Al-Othmani.