Libyan Brotherhood chooses New Leader

The Libya Herald has reported that Libya’s Muslim Brotherhood has elected Ahmed Abdullah Al-Suqi as its new leader.

From Benghazi, but from a Misrata family, he replaces Bashir Kubti [Kupti], also from Misrata, who has been four years in the job.

The decision was made at the Brotherhood’s 10th Conference in Istanbul.

In a short statement, the Brotherhood said it supported the UN-brokered Libya talks and wanted peace in the country.

(Source: Libya Herald)

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