Libyan protesters set fire to the parliament building in Tobruk.

In Libya, protesters set fire to the parliament building Protests in the North African country of Libya have not stopped. Residents are accusing the rulers of deceiving the people. The people here are facing a severe power crisis in the scorching heat. Anger erupted at the Tobruk parliament building in Libya. People set the building on fire. It is noteworthy that this was the largest demonstration in the last eight years in the western capital of Tripoli. Meanwhile, protesters set fire to the parliament building in Tabarak, chanting slogans.

Interim Prime Minister with the people

In the midst of the protests, the caretaker Prime Minister of Tripoli, Abdelhamid Debiba, spoke out in support of the protesters. It is noteworthy that the people are angry over the deteriorating living conditions in this country and the months-long political stalemate and that is why their anger has flared up in the Parliament House.

The bulldozer smashed the gate of Parliament House.

Significantly, on Friday, July 1, protesters stormed the Libyan parliament in the eastern city of Tobruk and set fire to parts of it, according to local media. They burned tires and set cars on fire, causing them to spread. Black smoke. Thankfully, the building in Libya was empty on Friday because it was the weekend. No deaths have been reported so far.

Protesters waved Gaddafi government flags

Libya is battling power outages in the scorching heat. The situation has been exacerbated by the blockade of major oil installations amid deep political hostility. Demonstrators chanted slogans, “We want to have electricity.” Some of the protesters were seen waving Gaddafi’s green flags.

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