Saturday, June 18, 2011

NATO calls "cynical" the son of Gaddafi's proposal on holding elections

NATO called Friday for "cynical stunt" the affirmation of Saif al Islam, son of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, who is willing to hold elections in Libya over a period of three months or later than the end year. "It's another example of the cynical publicity stunt" Gaddafi's regime, said a spokeswoman for the Atlantic Alliance.

Saif al Islam, so far considered the successor of his father, said in an interview with an talian newspaper that he is willing to hold elections under the supervision of international observers to end the conflict Libya. He was also convinced that the regime would win those elections, because, he said, his father "is still popular in his country."

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