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Jadallah Azous Al-Talhi, who was prime minister in the 1980s, appealed to elders in this rebel-controlled city, asking them for a national dialogue to end the bloodshed. At the same time, opposition sources said the regime had made private overtures about launching negotiations.
He was also the Minister of foreign affairs from 1987 to 1990 prior to being appointed Minister for strategic industries.
and held a Security Council chair for the January 2008 – December 2009 term.
Originally posted by Agent_USA_Supporter
I wonder before the uprisings happened did he somehow gained all the riches and bribed the half population in Libya to start the American government backed revolution?
It does seem quite convincing.