Salaabi: The only way to security and stability in Libya is by the election

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The member of Board of Trustees in the "IUMS," the Libyan researcher in the affairs Dr. Ali Salaabi of Islamic thought, called the "government of national reconciliation in Libya to open up to all the sons of the Libyan people from across the political spectrum and communicate with them up to the completion of elections in which the people choose someone to govern ".


Salaabi confirmed "that the only way to security and stability of Libya is a comprehensive national reconciliation and through conversation that does not exclude any of the believers in political action and peaceful rotation of power and the institutions of the modern civil state."

He added: "No solution to the Libyan crisis only through the removal of the controversial personalities and extremist forces, whether tribal, regional or religious or secular, the people of moderation are the majority and who should lead Libya to comprehensive reconciliation."


Salaabi pointed out that the main task for "government of national reconciliation headed by Fayez Al-Sarraj, to lead the comprehensive national conversation helps Libyans access to the polls to choose their rulers with their own hands, because the real legitimacy derives from the peoples and is not obliged by iron and fire and military coups nor anarchic militias," as he said.


And is facing a "national unity government" headed by Fayez Al-Sarraj, resulting from the political agreement between the Libyan parties reached in the Moroccan Sokhairat product in the 17 of December (last December), hitch a vote of confidence from the Libyan Parliament, which still part of it led by boss Akila Saleh refuses to give the trust to the vote for the government unless there is a substantial modifications in the political arrangement that is made for it.


"Government of reconciliation" supported by the United Nations and the international community has entered the capital Tripoli in the end of March last year, and began to exercise its functions from the inside, and received a number of foreign ministers and ambassadors Europeans and Arabs.

The Article VIII of the extensions of the Convention relating to the fate of the commander of "Operation Dignity" retired Major General Khalifa Haftar, the most important justifications for lack enthusiasm parliament for a vote of confidence for "unity government."