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Libya: Crucial political shifts in the return of the Libyan constitutional monarchy

Libya: Crucial political shifts in the return of the Libyan constitutional monarchy

The Libyan political scene is witnessing crises that try to break down the morass and disturbed minds and also break the agony hearts of the country year after year.

The Libyan state was one day a secured throne of sovereignty, where now the Libyans deal with the crisis and the return of constitutional monarchy to Libya.

This is not to say that there is no possibility of a compromise between the Libyan political parties that are currently fighting on the Libyan political scene, but the fighting is in the ruins of the fragile political environment and in the silence for the call of change emanating from every Libyan who wants a real change after the liberation of Libya.

But founding the origins and roots of the constitutional legitimacy of the Libyan monarchy was embodied deep in the hearts and minds Libyan people within and outside the Libyan society in a step forward to an urgent order to save the rest of the Libyan nation.

Why Prince Mohammed Al-Hassan Al-Reza Al-Sanousi! The only national Libyan national who has the right to claim and be the king of Libya after the death of his father, Prince Hassan Al-Reza, the Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Libya after the departure of King Mohammed Idris al-Sanusi from Libya in the coup of the first of September 1969 on the throne of the Libyan monarchy.

But how does the installation process exists and takes place without Libya's legitimate constitution of 1951, Libya's constitution of independence, which was issued under the full supervision of the United Nations during the Libya search of independence

Today we return to the same ball of issues with the adviser Ghassan Salama, the special envoy for the Libyan issue in talks and a “plan of action” working to get Libya out of its political crises.

Amendments of political agreements to the Skhirat in Moroccan and to the Libyan political elite gathering in a comprehensive national conference to look forward to constitutional elections within a year under the guided sponsor by the United Nations, after sixty-six years of the founding of the Libyan Constitution of Independence.

The approach of using the wise Libyan politics lies in the solid information from the Libyan prince Mohammed al-Hassan al-Reza, the Libyan national figure, which can be surrounded by the entire Libyan people, has not officially announced and accepted or assume the position of the throne of the Libyan monarchy.

The approval of the Libyan people's full powers in the process mandate to assume such a constitutional position with the existence of Libyan political constitutional monarchy.

Also, because the success of the Libyan state was relatively stable in the traditional concept prevailing in Libyan society of ethnic and regional tribes and minorities, it was necessary to declare the return of the constitutional monarchy to Libya under the slogan "Libya has a constitution" for discussion rather than imposing the order on the Libyan people.

But its essential the discussion of the Libyan political parties for a meeting to be held on the 31st of October 2017 in the Libyan city of Gharyan, south of the Libyan capital Tripoli.

The ideological movements that emerged at the beginning of the Libyan People's Revolution were shaken by the resonance of the outside among the Libyan youth who was the victim of the political leaders, who had nothing but to rule Libya.

Now, come the umbrella of the Libyan constitutional monarchy, bringing back all Libyans, from the east, the west to the south of Libya away from the differences of intellectual and ideological interlock.

As for the crisis in Libya today, it was not less acute in the era of the Libyan Jamahiriya because it was the extension of the severe political crisis in that period, contrary to what some of us always say, because it was the existence of the Libyan crisis with the changes surfaced on the eruption of the Libyan 17, revolution of 2011.

The change always invokes the Libyan society to the best and to stay in the best keeping with the developments that have been incomplete in their entirety and faltering in the failure of political Libyans since the independence of the Libyan state and the formation of the independent state.

By Professor Ramzi Mavrakis

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