Report: Sons urge Gaddafi to seek asylum in Nicaragua

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March 2, 2011 11:12

 
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The children of Muammar Gaddafi have called on their father to give up leadership and leave the country to receive political asylum from the President of Nicaragua Manuel Ortega, Army Radio reported on Wednesday.

According the report, Gaddafi family associates living outside of Libya reported that the brothers already received the consent of the Nicaraguea move, which was also supported by the United States.

The Libyan leader however, refused the suggestion and insists on staying in power and fighting back against the protests sweeping across his country.

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