London envoy: Libya power transfer will leave "no vacuum"
There will be "no vacuum" in government in Libya as the Transitional National Council moves its headquarters to Tripoli after the "era of Gaddafi has ended," the Libyan charge d'affaires to Britain, Mahmud Nacua, said Monday, DPA reported.
"In the next few days we may be facing some difficulties because every revolution will face some difficulties - maybe some mistakes will happen," Nacua said in a BBC interview in London.
But he believed that the opposition council would be able to "resolve all the problems" and "contain any problem to go forward to build a new Libya."
"They are celebrating from last night until now in the city and in the whole country for this great victory - victory for the people, for freedom ... The era of Gaddafi has ended," said the envoy.
Reconciliation was now necessary between all parts of the country to reach a final agreement and to start working together to build a new Libya, Nacua said.
He warned that some pockets of Gaddafi support would remain and that fighting could continue, but added that 95 per cent of Tripoli and Libya was controlled by the rebel council.
Nacua said that, while there was no news of Gaddafi's whereabouts, he believed "the dictator" was still in Libya. No stone would be left unturned to find and arrest him, the envoy said.