Former Libyan Prime Minister Mahmoud Gabriel dies in Cairo because of Coronavirus

The Libyan leader Mahmoud Jibril moved to one of the major hospitals in Cairo, where he resides on March 25, where he was confirmed to be infected with the Corona virus, and was somewhat similar to recovery, but his condition witnessed a sudden relapse today, leaving him alive.

Dr. Mahmoud Jibril , the President of the Alliance of Libyan National Forces, died in Cairo as a result of being infected with the Corona virus.

Mahmoud Jibril, born in 1952, held membership in the National Transitional Council after the overthrow of the regime of the late Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi since March 5, 2011.

He assumed the position of Secretary of the National Planning Council, and Director of the Economic Development Board during the era of Muammar Gaddafi, and after the 2011 revolution he created the National Forces Alliance Political Party.

He brightened his name after the February 17 revolution that toppled the regime of the late leader Muammar Gaddafi, after he headed the transitional government of the Libyan National Transitional Council on March 23, 2011, and made great efforts to persuade Western countries to recognize the council as a legitimate representative of the Libyan people.

Prior to the revolution, Gabriel held the position of Secretary of the National Planning Council and director of the Economic Development Board during the reign of Muammar Gaddafi, being one of the most important international experts in the economic field, after which he established the National Forces Alliance party that gets the majority in the June 2012 parliamentary elections.

After the security situation in the country worsened and the election results were overthrown, Gabriel disappeared from the Libyan political scene, and traveled abroad.

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