Libya: when the two axes converge ... Political developments and the new political scene at the tran


Libya: when the two axes converge ... Political developments and the new political scene at the transitional stage of transition

There is no way to depart from the formulas of change in the Libyan political agreement without taking into account the adherence to the fundamentals of the Moroccan Skhirat agreement and make all the amendments necessary because it is a major source of entry to a new Libyan political consensus that works on the consensual approach of all Libyan political parties.

The conflicting political parties have the utmost interest in the stability of the Libyan state, with the presence of opponents of blocs West and East of Libya to work on the completion of the roadmap, which was written by Macron in Paris under the auspices of French President Emmanuel.

Libya's interest in this new political scene, which provides for the activation and unification of the Libyan national institutions and the holding of constitutional elections, do not leave the opponents of the East aside from the military leadership, which is considered a penalty of the integrated and comprehensive political process to achieve the purpose of Libya's internal security and stability of Libya's national social fabric.

A process that has a deep social vision working on comprehensive and integrated reconciliation and discuss the details of the new Libyan scene after the Quartet, consisting of the United Nations, the African Union, the European Union and the League of Arab States, launched a new action plan for Libya.

As for the unified drafting committee of the State Council and the Council of Representatives for the amendment of the political agreement, there is only a way out in a unified form between the poles of the East and West and a formula that reached the final amendment in the Skhirat agreement and new understandings among them according to the plan of action proposed by UN Special Envoy Ghassan Salama .

The whole world agreed to take Libya out of the bottleneck and from its successive and interrelated crises, which in turn have entangled many countries into a Libyan issue.

The issue of Libya has become a thorny issue that does not concern Libya's internal affairs, as it has become the main concern of the neighboring countries, who have repeatedly sought to dismantle the complex security that has affected them in the wake of the Arab Spring and the security of the Mediterranean basin.

More importantly, there is the increasing deterioration of the security, economic and humanitarian situation in Libya, which is working to increase the terrorist forces inside. The UN Secretariat is working to maintain pressure on Libya's political poles and to take decisive decisions to revive Libya's intractable political situation in Libya.

The security and economic bilateral meetings that Al-Seraj pledged with Libya's national army chief Khalifa Hafter in France are not enough in the security events.

The chaos in Libya will keep dissipating unless the proper words of understanding are placed on the in agreements between the two parties carried out by the unified commitment of the conflicting parties in the West and East of the Libyan.

The political indicator confirms today an existence of preliminary agreements between the two axes in political developments working on national reconciliation in the gathering of all Libyans and the institutional, security and military activist in the Libyan state.

The cease-fire and the avoidance of resorting to armed force outside the scope of counter-terrorism within the Libyan state are possible to be achieved, in the confessions of the power of Marshal Khalifa Haftar, who controls Libya by force of arms and military equipment.

The Quartet, made up of several international organizations, has endorsed the work of the United Nations, which promote and support, to put the plan of action on the main agenda in the features of a Libyan ownership process and leaders that are inclusive and represented by the United Nations.

By Professor Ramzi Mavrakis