Diagnosing the problem and solving the Libyan crisis

by Ahmed Elahgal

Mr. Elahgal a member of the political
work team of Dr. Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi, and media adviser.

Since 2011, Libya has been in a state of anarchy, which is the appropriate climate for the multiplication and reproduction of terrorist forces, and that peace represents a supreme humanitarian goal that every person seeks to
reach to represent it from the lifeline of courtesy that leads to salvation from the state of war and violence.
But in light of the conditions in Libya, how do we achieve social peace ??

We put before the reader and the political elites this diagnosis, the Libyan case, and finding a suitable solution to it, as the problem that has been around for years revolves in the absence of basic starting points for moving from a state of legitimacy conflict to defining the rules of legality, which
must be done through engaging in the program of establishing the political authority again.

To make it compatible with the requirements of democracy and the rule of
law, therefore, it must:

First: Putting these elements at the center of the problem of the current conflict and democratization, the establishment of political power is one of its requirements.

Second: Determining the contents of the founding of the political power represented in democratization and rationing, that is, its regulation under laws.

Third: Monitoring the dimensions of the establishment of the political authority that is related to the restructuring of the political authority and determining the possibility of its circulation through free parliamentary and presidential elections in which everyone participates without exclusion.

In this context, we point to the necessity of a political settlement that paves the way for a comprehensive national reconciliation and the election of a constituent assembly by the Libyan people directly to put in place an
interim constitutional declaration and the formation of a government of national unit.

The specific tasks and time in which all Libyan parties contribute to creating the cosmetic conditions simultaneous parliamentary and
presidential elections under the supervision of The United Nations and the African Union, and this only comes during the withdrawal of weapons from all armed formations that are fighting a bloody and destructive struggle for
power. The continued neglect of this solution by the international community will compound the problem.

What distinguishes the Libyan case is that the conflict in it is not an existential conflict but rather a temporary conflict that can be
vanished and the completion of the start of a series of practical measures that have been reviewed in these lines. Therefore, we call on the international community to support this political path by unifying the international community’s vision to solve the crisis in our
country and Adopting support for the re-establishment of the Authority.

Our vision is to put aside bloodshed and to invest in the foundations of security and stability so that Libya will play its role in maintaining international peace and security.

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