Armed men stormed the Libyan parliament on Tuesday and forced MPs to suspend a vote to select a Prime Minister between Mohammad Muaiteeq and Omar Hathi Clashes broke out between the parliament guards and gunmen causing unknown number of casualties, parliament spokesman Omar Humaidan told KUNA.
The gunmen stormed the parliament while lawmakers were voting on the selection of a prime minister, he said.
The attacked forced suspension of the session, he said. The session will be hold on Sunday.
The identity of the attackers is unknown.
Two MPs were injured in an attack against the parliament last month