Libya gov't spokesman: No talks on Gaddafi's future

By REUTERS
July 5, 2011 14:08

 
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TRIPOLI - Libya's government is not negotiating about Muammar Gaddafi giving up power, a government spokesman told Reuters on Tuesday.

"Information about negotiations about Gaddafi stepping down or seeking a safe refuge inside or outside the country are simply untrue," said spokesman Moussa Ibrahim.

"The talks were about a ceasefire, humanitarian aid, and the start of a dialogue between Libyans, and then the fourth stage which is a transition period over the political change that will be decided by Libyans," he said.

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