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"Twitter" closes the account of the presidential candidate in the Libyan elections, Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi

“Twitter” closes the account of the presidential candidate in the Libyan elections, Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi

The social networking site “Twitter” closed the official account of the candidate for the presidential elections, Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi, hours after its launch without explaining the real reasons for closing the account, according to what was reported by local Libyan media.

Saif al-Islam Gaddafi launched an official account for him on the social networking site “Twitter”, and in his first tweet, he demanded that Libyans go to the branches of the Electoral Commission to receive their electoral cards so that they can decide their future and the future of their children, as he put it, before the site intends to close it..

Yesterday, Wednesday, Saif al-Islam called, in his first official statement, “all believers in the comprehensive national reconciliation project to turn to the electoral process by heading to the offices of the High Elections Commission, to receive their electoral cards, to participate in the electoral process to be held on the 24th of next December.”

He stressed that “the electoral cards that are available at the present time in the offices of the High Electoral Commission are a pass to the ballot boxes towards participating in independent national decision-making, to enhance the legitimacy of the new political institutions that will be elected to advance the country, rehabilitate and reconstruct it and take the decisions it needs to restore it to its position.” first among countries.

In the same context, the former Minister of Interior of the Government of National Accord, Fateh Bashagha, presented his candidacy papers in the Libyan presidential elections, as well as the Libyan businessman and honorary president of Al-Ahly Club Tripoli, Ismail Eshteiwi, and the economic expert and former candidate for the presidency of the Government of National Unity, Engineer Muhammad Khaled Al-Ghweil.


Seif al-Islam Gaddafi’s Twitter account closed

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