The Parliament of Libya endorsed the idea of a new distribution of oil revenues

Sitting in the East of Libya in Tobruk, the Parliament supports the idea of equitable distribution of oil revenues among all cities and areas of Libya, said in an interview with RIA Novosti Deputy speaker of the Parliament of Ahmed Homa.

In addition, according to him, the Parliament supports the requirement for all representatives of Libya "to be real partners in the distribution of oil revenues".

He pointed out that there are attempts to exert pressure on the controlling Tripoli, the national consensus Government Fayeza Zarraga that it has sent troops in the direction of Sirte to the East of the country, because through the towns of Sirte and Misurata is the way to the largest oil fields in the South, over which wants to establish control, the government in Tripoli. "For us it is unacceptable," said Homa.

After the overthrow and murder of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, Libya has virtually ceased to function as a unified state. Now the country is in a diarchy. To the East sits a Parliament elected by people, and in the West, in the capital Tripoli, the rules generated with the support of the UN and the European Union, the Government of national consent headed by Fitom Barragem. The authorities of the Eastern part of the country operate independently from Tripoli to cooperate with the Libyan national army, led by Marshal Khalifa the Haftarot, which is April 2019 not stop trying to seize Tripoli.