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Government of national reconciliation to face the existential threat

Government of national reconciliation to face the existential threat

In the context of the preparation and announcement of the Libyan National Forum, the Libyan capital Tripoli is witnessing a deterioration in the political situation and a long-armed struggle with the forces of General Khalifa Hafer. It is noted that this progress has affected developments of a new kind in Libyan political life.

The event led to the formation of a joint operations room in the western region to be directly subordinate to the General Staff of the National Accord Government and to the entry of the Libyan capital, backed by Qatar and Turkey, and Misurata forces.

A major risk of civil war could have serious consequences with violent clashes in the western region between the Libyan army from the eastern region led by General Khalifeh Hafter, supported by the UAE and Egypt


Italy's silence is also seen to a large extent prevent the rapid deterioration of the Libyan military issue from all concerned parties of the bloodbath that is around the corner, or as a host country

Palermo Conference.

Italy is directly affected by the consequences of internal conflicts in Libya - in terms of energy security, combating terrorism and instability, and controlling illegal immigration flows to Europe.

It was interesting to deviate from the national reconciliation government to be a transitional government until the legislative and presidential elections are held with a referendum on the draft Libyan constitution after meeting the political parties in the city of Ghadames announced by the United Nations Mission in Libya, Mr. Ghassan Salama on April 14 to 16 this year .

Instead of opening up to the international community and enabling a peaceful political process, the warring Libyan factions are heading for arms, with General Khalifa Hafar issuing military positions towards the Libyan capital of Tripoli.

Therefore, the danger of dragging a fragile and politically distorted Libyan state in the absence of the concept of a state in the union of its governmental and constitutional institutions leads armed factions against each other and becomes a proxy war between the forces of political conflict.

The Libyan crisis cannot be solved by the Libyan ideals of foreign ideas, which bear a long legacy in ideological conflicts by adopting the model of civil war and avoiding social peace in achieving the democratically desired state so as not to lead Libya to the fire of hell and a volcano of red blood!

Who ensures the stability of Libya after the low sense of national unity in which the Libyan society participates from all sides and writes on the pages of Libyan history is not a protest against the national unity of the whole Libyan people.

The European Union, the United Nations, other European governments and the Arab world do not have a stable and unified future for Libya to move from a negotiated solution to the weapons deployed in every spot of Libya.

It is a rational understanding of the thorny Libyan issues that lead to the Libyan-Libyan Forum to work on creating and achieving the Libyan strategy in establishing a unified constitutional civil state that does not allow anyone who is heavily armed, that weapons to be a place in Libyan society.

Is not a protest against the ongoing misunderstanding in the Libyan capital, but it is the concept of the oppressor that becomes a tyrant in the course of things that call on the parties to mediate and responsibility and sympathy for common sense in the scenario of reconciliation and national harmony Libyan.

Taking the role of internationally recognized mediators within the scope of international legitimacy is what everyone has said and we have made international security, peace and care a way that can be interpreted positively on the Libyan issue.

Libya puts an end to excessive and unjustified secrecy that intensifies aspects of military action on political action, especially in decisions that allow room for some in the grip of military action and not peaceful political action.

We can not explain what is happening today armed clashes, but the total inability to take measures to facilitate the mediation in the concern about Libya and the lack of a clear and clear vision reflecting the good and progress, security and safety and exit from the transition.

Writer:. Ramzi Halim Mavrakis

Businessman - Libyan political and economic analyst.

Resident in the United States of America

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