Resigned Justice Minister, Ashraf Rifi, stressed on Saturday his determination to face the destructive approach of the state and its institutions.

Rifi’s stance came during his meeting at his residence in Tripoli with a delegation of Muslim Scholars Committee headed by Sheikh Zakariya Al-Masri.

“We mark the commemoration of the mosque bombings at a time when the whole country is in a state deadlock,” he pointed out, adding that “the institutions are paralyzed, there is no President for the country, and the government is handcuffed.”

“From Tripoli, we renew our adherence to the national and religious values,” said the minister, adding that Tripoli, which paid the price of Syrian regime’s criminality, has emerged stronger despite its wounds, and will remain the city of coexistence.

Source: National News Agency

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Resigned Justice Minister, Ashraf Rifi, stressed on Saturday his determination to face the destructive approach of the state and its institutions. Rifi's stance came during his meeting at his residence in Tripoli with a delegation of Muslim Scholars Committee headed by Sheikh Zakariya Al-Masri. 'We mark the commemoration of...