Libya: The international community paves the way for the failure of the national reconciliation gove

Libya: The international community paves the way for the failure of the national reconciliation government

The Libyan capital lives in the atmosphere of political and security tension, which loses the role of the government, the capital control over the western region in the Libyan state.

The forces of the seventh brigade "Kaniat Tarhuna" with the joint forces including the central security Abuusim and the battalion of the rebels of Tripoli and the special deterrent force.

The clashes have started again against the test of the Islamists who challenge the government of national reconciliation and jihadi groups that spread terror in residential neighborhoods in the Libyan capital of Tripoli.

They are crucial interests such as control of Libya's flow and energy security,

Other signals from the foreign side to the dangerous situation in Libya and the extent of political parties continue to destroy the country and not to return to the national unity of the total, in addition to injuring at least 140 people from the budget of the escalation of the civil war.

The rebel militias have seen the government of Fayez al-Sarraj, including the 7th Brigade of Tarhuna, trying to reach Tripoli, the Libyan capital, and breaking the fragile truce that followed the Paris conference last May on a plan to solve the Libyan crisis.

The armed operations in the Libyan capital are considered a new escalation of violence between the factions fighting for power and revolution in the country.

The cessation of this escalation is not about the dimensions of the Islamic fighters from the political scene in Libya and their guarantee in the political arena and an important party in the Libyan political equation.

But there are groups that include some people who fought outside Libya and then returned to fight at home, people who have important connections with international organizations, including the organization of the Islamic State, exploiting the weakness of the divided Libyan state in the West and East.

In the absence of effective Libyan diplomacy towards the unification of the country's and the unification of Libya's financial and political institutions, it can be said that the international community has reduced the political stature in Libya and that the international community is preparing for the failure of the UN-backed national reconciliation government.

The Libyan state monopolizes power through its legitimate governments, which derive its legitimacy from the Libyan legal constitution and not only by side agreements from here and there.

Until Libya returns to its constitutional legitimacy, Libyan politicians must unite the ranks of the Libyan struggle for Libya.

The internationally recognized government is not legitimate unless it is legitimately recognized by the House of Representatives in Tobruk and the reason for its non-recognition, its fear of armed Islamic groups in the region as it tries to run the country from there in the Libyan capital.

There are high expectations for the work that would be able to support the United Nations Mission in Libya and to announce a meeting with all the Libyan armed militias led by the cancellation of the clashes to facilitate an urgent dialogue on the security situation in Libya.

The failure of the international community is not to try to include the influence of the Libyan militias in the areas of the work of the Libyan armed army, and this dangerous work, which does not disarm them, but to enable their armed presence in the Libyan areas related to the security of the Libyan homeland in general.

One scenario has no other scenario of empowering the Libyan armed groups in the official and unified Libyan national army between the two shores of the country, which is at the forefront of the unified Libyan state between its three provinces in the east, west, and south of Libya.

This is not an issue on the Libyan arena, we must see Libya as a unified constitutional state with a national sovereignty and a legitimate government derived from the permanent Libyan constitution, but the vital interests of the country are driving external ambitions to the instability of the political situation.

By Professor Ramzi Halim Mavrakis

Businessman - Libyan political and economic writer and analyst

Resident in the United States of America