The parties agree that they do not agree... The conditions of the Libyan capital are serious

The parties agree that they do not agree... The conditions of the Libyan capital are serious

It seems that the Libyan public was shocked after the confrontation of the Libyan militia and the search for security arrangements in Tripoli to freeze the movement of forces and the agreement of the Libyan parties to agree that they do not agree.

This is the case of the military conflict, which has doubled every time, as well as the lack of monitoring and stabilization of the cease-fire, which has increased the weakness of the international equation to protect the capabilities of the Libyan state.

How did this and the announcement of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya did not succeed in obtaining the agreement between the parties participating in the meeting of the Libyan city of Zawia, to develop a plan for the withdrawal of militias from political sites and vital installations and the replacement of regular forces?

But the seventh brigade in Tarhona confirms that it does not withdraw from the capital, which leads to the demands of the Libyan people, who suffer the scourge as a result of the control of militias and that the seventh brigade will not leave until the dissolution of militias in the capital Tripoli.

That Tripoli today suffers from bad conditions in all aspects of social, economic and political, especially security conditions that threaten the stability of the Libyan state in general and this is a result of the lack of understanding of the conflicting parties on wealth, power and weapons after the fall of the former regime.

The mechanism of how to understand is blocked and the separation of the conflict is a Libyan social process that works to control matters in the Libyan society first and then gradually try to dominate Libyan national institutions by the constitutionally stable Libyan state.

Armed operations in Libya are a natural result of the absence of security services, police and a unified national army under the new political system after the fall of the former regime and the discussion of the security situation in the Libyan capital.

This means that Libya has no internationally recognized stable political system, but Libya has national institutions and institutions that are still operating under the laws and administrations of the former Jamahiriya political system, which suffer from the crisis of power outages, poor liquidity and the control of the Libyan capital by armed militias.

The talk of shock and intimidation in the Libyan capital is due to the absence of a stable political system interested in the future studies of the modern state of Libya against the background of the former Jamahiriya that fell after the revolution of the glorious seventeenth of February.

Of the new political system, a scientific research to stop the quagmire of armed militias deployed all over Libya, including the need to reach agreements with the political parties in conflict on the wording of the new political system to represent all the Libyan people without exception.

The cease-fire will not be until the internal situation in Libya, especially in the Libyan capital of Tripoli, is resolved through an understanding of how power and wealth sharing is divided into a mechanism of gradual transition from the former political system to the political system agreed upon by the specter of Libyan society.

The struggle in Libya is not for conflict, as many emphasize, but the conflict in Libya's struggle from within for the new political system that is working to bring back the Libyan armed militias to their military barracks so that the Libyan state will regain the power to confront external ambitions.

The conflict continues in favor or against the new political system, but Libya will not bow to foreign demands, Arab, regional and international so that Libya's ally will be the new political system that includes all the Libyan sects and margins.

By Professor Ramzi Halim Mavrakis

Businessman - Libyan political and economic writer and analyst

Resident in the United States of America