United Nations Mission in Libya reported that there were 10,000 detainees in centers subject to armed groups.
The United Nations Mission in Libya called for the formation of an international investigation mechanism.
Before that, the Libyan National Army spokesman, Ahmed Al-Mismari, revealed that Violations of humanitarian law by militias Affiliated with the government of reconciliation.
The official page of Al-Mismary on Facebook published a video documenting these violations through the use of ambulances in terrorist operations.
Al-Mismari also broadcast another video showing torture and human rights violations by the militia in the city of Misurata against the people of Tawergha.
On Tuesday, the Al-Wefaq government in Tripoli acknowledged for the first time that violations had occurred in the Libyan city of Tarhuna. The Minister of Interior of the Al-Wefaq government, Fathi Pashaga, said that what was done by members of the security institutions constituted a violation of human rights, according to what was reported by the Libyan Free Channel.
The Prime Minister of the Libyan interim government, Abdullah Al-Thani, condemned the serious violations in the human rights file that took place at the hands of the militia backed by Turkey, after entering the cities of the western region, denouncing the destruction and destruction of public and private property there on its hands.