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A protest was held in Libya, which was hit by floods



The opposition blamed the government for the flood that killed more than 11,000 people.

Experts and aid organizations said that it was possible to reverse the flood.

Hundreds of people took to the streets against the government in the flood-hit eastern city of Derna. Protesters criticized the local government; They blamed the government for the floods that killed more than 1,000 people. The protestors gathered at a mosque in the city center of Darna. They demanded an immediate investigation into the accident.


They said that government officials who have not fulfilled their responsibilities should be prosecuted. Protesters including compensation for victims; demanded that the financial records of the city be investigated and reconstruction be carried out in the badly damaged city. Many experts and aid organizations have said that the Libyan floods could have been reversed. In particular, he pointed out the negligence of the government, saying that rescue work should have been done in advance by predicting the disaster. Eastern Libya is governed by a separate government from the UN-recognized Tripoli government.


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