'FIGHT UNTIL THE LAST BULLET'
Appearing on Libyan state television after midnight on Sunday, Saif Gaddafi said the army still backed his father, although he added that some military bases, tanks and weapons had been seized.
'We are not Tunisia and Egypt,' the son said.
'We will fight to the last minute, until the last bullet.
'We will keep fighting until the last man standing, even to the last woman standing...We will not leave Libya to the Italians or the Turks.'
He acknowledged that the army made mistakes during protests because it was not trained to deal with demonstrators.
But he added that the number of dead had been exaggerated, giving a death toll of 84.
Saif Gadhafi offered to put forward reforms within days that he described as a 'historic national initiative' and said the regime was willing to remove some restrictions and begin discussions for a constitution.
He offered to change a number of laws, including those covering the media and the penal code.