Hassan al-Werfal (Benghazi, Cairo)
Yesterday, in the capital Tripoli, the Presidential Council of Libya officially launched the strategic vision of the national reconciliation project, in the presence of a large number of political figures, members of the Libyan House of Representatives and the State, the diplomatic corps. Libya and local and international organizations.
The Speakers of the House of Representatives, the Supreme Council of State, the Secretary General of the League of Arab States and the Chairperson of the African Union Commission participated in this vision, literally using “video” technology.
In his speech, President of the Presidential Council of Libya, Mohammed al-Manfi, referred to the suffering of the Libyan people due to division, alienation and division, and underlined the importance of upholding the values of reconciliation, tolerance and peaceful coexistence. . .
He explained the decision of the Presidential Council, with this vision, to save the people from the calamity of war and the losses it leaves, from pain, exile, banishment and hardship.
He added: “Libya needs a national effort to break the circle of foreign interference and dependence, pointing out that there is no way to do it except in the national interest, which puts the interests of the nation above all other interests.”
For her part, the Speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives, Councilor Agila Saleh, expressed the desire to put an end to differences and sensitivities and to refrain from disputes and conflicts that disrupt the course of life, spoil the climate of relationships and break up relationships. . . Consolidation of positions and patents, energy consumed and loss of skills and opportunities.
In his speech, the Speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives asked the Presidential Council to present a bill on national reconciliation to the House of Representatives as soon as possible.
The launch of the National Reconciliation Project’s strategic vision was followed by the final formula for the Libyan Presidential Council’s success in integrating and modifying transitional justice laws, marking the beginning of a widening circle of elite and community participation. Numerous experts, scientists and researchers.
In turn, the secretary general of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Abul Gheit, expressed the League’s willingness to support the achievement of national reconciliation, calling on all major broadcasters to complete the transition phase. And achieving lasting stability and calling for a return to conflict in the country.
In another context, Libyan Prime Minister Fathi Bashaga said yesterday that the UN-approved roadmap has been completed and failed, underlining his commitment to holding democratic elections backed by the UN. I applaud your efforts over the past 11 years.
In addition, the Speaker of the Libyan Chamber of Deputies, Councilor Akila Salehi, will discuss ways to reach a consensus on the articles next Tuesday in Geneva, Switzerland, with the President of the Supreme Council of State, Khaled al-Mashri. . Manage the transition period in the draft constitution, in addition to agreeing a name for what has been agreed. The Libyan parliamentarian confirmed it at the third round of constitutional path meetings in Cairo.
A Libyan lawmaker, who declined to be named, confirmed that a delegation from the Supreme Council of State adhered to the “constitutional rule” agreed in Cairo. On the other hand, the Libyan House of Representatives denies it. On this issue and discussing what was agreed in the draft constitution published in July 2017, he highlighted that the President of the State Council refuses to recognize the Libyan government, which has received instructions from Parliament under the leadership of Fathi Bashaga to take over and lead the transition process. Internship.
For her part, Stephanie Williams, advisor to the UN Secretary General on Libya, gave the welcome to the Chamber of Representatives and the Presidents of Libya for her commitment to reach consensus on the remaining issues after a meeting of the Joint Constitutional Committee last year. A week in Cairo, it was said on Twitter about his Twitter account.
Williams explained that the meeting was to highlight points and highlighted that the Libyan people deserve more leadership and the restoration of stability in the country in the shortest possible time for comprehensive and transparent national elections to meet the aspirations of some three million. Libyans who registered to vote in Libyan elections.
In other news, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres briefed Security Council members on the appointment of former Algerian Foreign Minister Sabri Bukadum as head of the UN Assistance Mission in Libya. And wait for your response to the decision.
Source: Al Ittihad
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