Hague dismisses Gaddafi involvement in Libyan future

August 28, 2011 17:28


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British Foreign Minister William Hague dismissed any involvement by Muammar Gaddafi in Libya's future, and said that the Libyan leader should, when found, face justice, Sky News reported Sunday.

Hague expressed optimism over Libya's future, and added that the events of the past number of days had "strongly vindicated" the UK's push for foreign intervention in Libya.

Hague added that at the moment, Gaddafi should tell his supporters to disarm so that National Transitional Council could begin planning the future of the North African nation.

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