The political assembly representing Misrata MPs from the House of Representatives and the High Council of State, called for the formation of a new board for Libya's Central Bank and the delivery of oil ports without delay to the internationally recognized National Oil Corporation (NOC).
In a statement issued on Thursday, the assembly urged the need to review the current situation in Crescent oil region, especially the treatment of the Magharaba tribe, and called for "lifting any injustices against them so that anyone who tries to exploit their legitimate demands can be cut off."
In the statement, the political assembly also called on the presidential council to "announce new security arrangements in the capital Tripoli to review the situation of the armed groups and the proliferation of weapons, so as to ensure the independence of decision by the government and state institutions from any pressure."
The assembly welcomed the convening of a session of parliament in the city of Benghazi, in which all elected members were invited to participate without exclusion according to the political agreement.
The MP's also added that "the Crescent region experienced an unjustified attack launched by forces belonging to Ibrahim Jadhran on oil ports in late Ramadan but the reaction from army leadership to shift control of the ports was not a thoughtful one."