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Ex Libyan minister forms interim govt-report

Sat, 26th Feb 2011 20:17


RABAT, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Libya's ex-justice minister Mustafa Mohamed Abud
Ajleil has led the formation of an interim government based in the eastern city of Benghazi, the online edition of the Quryna newspaper reported on Saturday.

Quryna quoted him as saying that Muammar Gaddafi 'alone' bore responsibility 'for the crimes that have occurred' in Libya and that his tribe, Gaddadfa, were forgiven.

'Abud Ajleil insisted on the unity of the homeland's territory, and that Libya is free and its capital is Tripoli,' Quryna quoted him as saying in a telephone conversation.

(Reporting by Souhail Karam, Editing by Jon Boyle) Keywords: LIBYA PROTESTS/INTERIM

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