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Opposition leader calls on Libyans to build new future

08-29-2011 08:28 BJT Special Report:Libyan Rebels Control Tripoli |

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Libyan opposition leader Mahmoud Jibril has called on Libyans to respect each other in order to build a new future together. He made the comments in a televised address aired on a Libyan opposition television station on Sunday.

He said, "Today,there is no difference between one city and another,today there is no difference between a Libyan man and a Libyan woman,we will all make history together.We were equal in suffering,from oppression and dictatorship for 42 years,and we have to be equal in democracy.

Today every spectrum of Libyan society,as its duty, must join together to build its future, and defend its freedom,and to build and establish a new constitution.Libya is for everyone,and it will always be for everyone. It should show a good example to the entire Arab region."

Libyan opposition leader Mahmoud Jibril has called on Libyans to respect each
other in order to build a new future together. He made the comments in a televised
address aired on a Libyan opposition television station on Sunday.

 

Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV.CN

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