| BRUSSELS, April 11 (KUNA) - The Alliance of Liberals and Democrats in the European Parliament (ALDE) this week invited Mahmoud Jibril, Libya's ex-interim Prime Minister after the fall of the Gaddafi regime and currently leader of the largest political party in the Libyan Parliament, National Forces Alliance.
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NFA stands for National Forces Alliance (political alliance; Libya)
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The Muslim Brotherhood, led by Mohamed Sawan, and the National Forces Alliance (NFA), led by Mahmoud Jibril, met on March 14 for what appears to be the start of a broad-based national dialogue bringing together polarized political groups of the General National Congress (GNC).
The Al-Gabha Al-Democratiya political party received an invitation to celebrate the first anniversary of the foundation of the Libyan National Forces Alliance.
Some ministers come from the liberal National Forces Alliance and the Muslim Brotherhood's political wing, the Justice and Construction Party, the two biggest parties in congress.
Zeidan, who won his post thanks in large part to the backing of the liberal National Forces Alliance, the largest party in the congress, said on Tuesday he had reached out to all the main political factions when forming his government.
Zeidan said the liberal National Forces Alliance and the Muslim Brotherhood's political wing, the Justice and Construction Party, the two biggest parties in congress, were both represented in the putative government.
Jibrirs National Forces Alliance also counts on the support of centrist party led by Ali Tarhuni, who held several key posts during last year's revolt, which obtained two seats in the congress.
The election commission said that former interim Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril's National Forces Alliance won 39 seats, while the Muslim Brotherhood's Justice and Construction party came in second with 17 seats among those allocated for parties.