The Arab League is hosting a quadripartite meeting ... Terrorism is raging against the Libyan state

The Arab League is hosting a quadripartite meeting ... Terrorism is raging against the Libyan state

It is very wrong to limit the political conflict in Libya to the three Libyan territories in the character of the Arab, European, African and international organizations seeking to defuse the conflict between the conflicting political poles of power without regard to the factors of terrorism that afflict the Libyan people everywhere in Libya.

It is wrong here from the dating of the beginnings of unity and unified one nation after the terrorist attack on the headquarters of the Electoral Commission in Tripoli, the Libyan capital, which resulted in the death of martyrs in addition to dozens, wounded Libyans.

The terrorist attacks are taking place in Libya because of the inability of the Libyan state in its security capacity to prevent the terrorist attacks on the ballot boxes and prepare for the democratic elections to bring Libya into the state of modern institutions.

Unless the outcome of the political agreement is fully agreed upon in the Moroccan city of Skhirat, Libya will continue to fight terrorism for decades, engulfed in security, political, economic and social chaos.

The Arab League hosted a meeting under the chairmanship of Ahmed Aboul Gheit on the issue of the conflict in Libya, which includes the head of the UN support mission Ghassan Salama and two representatives from both African and European Union.

The meeting comes in the usual context of the commitments and clarifications of the international organizations and the close coordination that exists between them in continuous support of the political process in order to accompany the conflicting Libyan political parties and reach them to complete the constitutional and electoral entitlements established under that Libyan political agreement.

The mistake of ignoring the Libyan interim government and its relationship with the Libyan parliament in the eastern city of Tobruk, which plays the role of the government of the rescue of eastern Libya and the acquisition of the entire national reconciliation government to power by international confessions.

The meeting of international organizations at the headquarters of the League of Arab States has been on the security and political developments on the Libyan arena since the last meeting of the group in New York last September.

The meetings are in a vicious cycle of continuous announcements on the same thesis of the three-phase plan, consisting of three stages and comprehensive elements and not consecutive is essential to unravel the Libyan politics on the Libyan scene.

It is wrong to ignore the suffering of the Libyan people and to fantasize that the decline of political conflict among the Libyan poles of conflict by saying that the conflict in Libya is tribal conflicts, which shifted once the dispute over the resources wasted to the aspiration of a legitimate participation in power and the fair sharing of the Libyan revolution.

The situation in Libya is not only in enhancing coordination between external efforts to support the political process and the process of transition to a democratic approach, but also in re-emphasizing the Libyan security and the geographical space that characterizes Libya from the east, west and south of external ambitions that aspire to not to make further progress towards consolidating Libyan security throughout Libya.

Libya is an extension of the national crisis since the dawn of independence, which has been exacerbated today by the rampant terrorism and misguided treatment by the Libyan political forces, which formed the three governments, parliaments and military militias that followed Libya in government and control.

The Quartet has reviewed the political and security situation of the foreign countries to the Libyan national interest in achieving internal stability in Libya to express more and further progress in the plans of Ghassan Salama, Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General and Head of the UN Mission in Libya.

Libya as a whole, the crisis has exceeded the political obstruction between the Libyan political parties to reach a permanent and peaceful solution to the situation led by Libya working on the victory of the country and supported the Libyan people and support of the sovereign institutions unified in the Libyan constitution perpetual in the country.

But the policies and excesses of the National Reconciliation Government led by Fayez Al-Sarraj, which is basically the establishment of the crisis from entering abroad from starvation and turned it into a human tragedy at the level of the Libyan state, and many of us wrote about the Libyan crisis.

But little has been accomplished. We rarely read or hear statements from members of the National Accord Government, the Council or the Supreme Council of the State, directly to what they say to Libyan political figures on the Libyan political scene.

The essence of resolving the Libyan crisis lies in the Libyan people's diplomatic moves throughout the Libyan state and not on one side preferred by the other party, which paints the Libyan people with a plan to impose on them to walk and trade.

Steps to return to the economic development of Libya, which works to find a lot of solutions to remedy the Libyan crisis, which links Libya to the trend towards Libyan democracy to resolve the conflict and link the interests of the Libyan people each other.

We recognize that Libya is going through the worst security, economic and political conditions that are working on wiping out the Libyan fabric from each other in political and institutional divisions, but it is the national sense that leads us not to get out of the political agreements announced in Libya.

In contrast, a new Libyan national decree will be adopted to envisage a comprehensive and comprehensive homeland for all the political poles that are in conflict with the Libyan National Authority. In the end, they will live with coexistence and brotherhood in one homeland from the East and the West to the South.

By Professor Ramzi Mavrakis