The first is incitement..mines on the Libyan road after the elections...

The first is incitement..mines on the Libyan road after the elections...
The first is incitement..mines on the Libyan road after the elections...
Washington, Earlier, Libyan authorities On the need for consensus, the speedy conduct of elections, and compliance with the internationally agreed roadmap.

External warnings and calls continued, in light of internal general anger and discontent, as a result of postponing the first electoral date in the history of Libyans, until next month.

In the face of this delay, experts and politicians pointed out that there are five obstacles in the next stage that threaten to undermine the entire political track.

political fragmentation

The political center in Libya is in a state of fragmentation, and here political researcher Muhammad al-Douri says that the situation on the ground is worrying, and there are those who are pouring oil on the fire, in order to return the country to chaos again.

Al-Douri added, during his statements to"Sky News Arabia"The current state of fragmentation is being paid by the Libyan citizen, who is living in a state of uncertainty about his future in light of the chaos.

The political researcher called on all political forces to assume their responsibility before the country and the citizen, and to give priority to the country’s interest over any personal interests, and he continued: "The Benghazi meeting, which brought together a number of presidential candidates, is the fruit of hope in the path of national consensus, and giving priority to the interests of the country and the citizen".

Al-Douri stressed the importance of developing these constructive meetings, and working to implement all their outcomes in order to solve the Libyan crisis, which also suffers from foreign interference, stressing that the Libyan-Libyan solution is the safe exit for the country.

And last Tuesday, the Libyans described the meeting that brought together a number of presidential candidates, most notably Khalifa Haftar And Fathi Bashagha in the eastern city of Benghazi, b"A glimmer of hope" them after a decade of chaos.

Following the meeting, which was widely praised by the Libyan street, the candidates for the presidential elections announced their agreement that the overarching national interest is above all else.

They affirmed the continuation of coordination and communication and the expansion of the framework of this national initiative to gather the word, reunification, and respect the will of the Libyans.

Incitement and sedition

The Libyan street finds itself facing incitement and sedition, with every step towards a peaceful and political solution "Reunion" Held by a number of presidential candidates, the ousted Mufti, Al-Sadiq Al-Ghariani, incited against the meeting, saying: "What you did is forbidden, which God forbade, and he threatened his companions with fire", in a continuation of the series of incitement and the exploitation of religion as a cover, as described by the experts.

Here, the Libyan academic, Ahmed Hamza, confirmed that Al-Ghariani’s statement was not the first, and will not be the last. Since February 17, 2011, he has issued his poisonous statements and fatwas, calling on the Libyans to rally around him to carry out malicious aims, aiming at division and bloodshed.

The Libyan researcher continued, in a statement to the website "Sky News Arabia", that Gharyani "He exploits religion to achieve his suspicious goals backed by foreign countries, because his last call is aimed at splitting the ranks and preventing any political settlement of the country’s current crisis.".

Hamza added that Gharyani, who is supported by the Brotherhood, always seeks to stir up sedition and mislead the people with his fatwas; To destabilize the country and create chaos, the conflict that the organization feeds on will continue.

In the context of incitement, the ousted Mufti called, during media statements, to take to the streets and to prevent any attempt towards the election, which he described as:"forbidden by law".

The Libyan academic stressed that the Libyan street is now well aware of who works for the national interest and who works against the country, and continued "The organization is losing every day in the Libyan street… by spreading division and discord".

Security and militias

The security file is the most prominent obstacle in the coming period for the Libyan street, as the militias continue to tamper with the stability of the Libyan state, and confirm their lack of respect for all international outcomes that recommended the necessity of holding elections.

In this context, the Libyan politician Muhammad Al-Barjawi says that the organization with all its pillars and methods will not allow Libya to pass towards the path of stability easily; Because the organization controls the capabilities of the country through chaos.

The armed militias did not calm down towards any step towards mending the rift inside Libya. After the meeting of the candidates and after Brotherhood incitement, suspicious movements began on the part of the armed militias in the capital, Tripoli.

The Libyan politician, Muhammad Al-Barjawi, called for the necessity of activating what was promised by the international forces concerned with the Libyan crisis; From activating sanctions against any faction or person seeking to obstruct the electoral process, and what happens from armed militias affiliated with certain organizations inside Libya, which threatens peace and internal and external security.

The dilemma of the economy

The Libyan economy is suffering from a sharp deterioration as a result of several factors, most notably the succession of governments and the absence of legitimate state institutions and structures, in addition to the control of a number of militias over the state’s capabilities.

Here, the economic expert, Azza Al-Rawi, confirmed that the Libyan economy will only recover through legitimate institutions that gain the confidence of the international community and investors, pointing to the security dilemma that caused the collapse of the Libyan economy, most notably the electricity and petroleum sector.

Al-Rawi added that the Libyan street is enthusiastic about holding the elections; Because it is the only lifeline for solving the economic problems that engulfed the street. Many Libyans are currently indifferent to political conflicts as much as they are concerned with the importance of consensus to save the economy, and to benefit from the country’s wasted wealth 10 years ago as a result of chaos and insecurity.

The economic expert explained that the current situation in Libya is a good and strategic climate for the armed militias that control the Libyan economy or most of the joints of the Libyan economy, and therefore we find desperate obstruction by these militias in order to disrupt any political solution in the country.

loss of confidence

Confidence declined as a result of 10 years of armed conflict and fighting, while international and regional conferences pushed for a road map for a political settlement. Here, the Libyan academic, Alaa Al-Ghazouli, says that there is a state of loss of confidence in the Libyan street towards the international community, which has failed to help the country to make it deserve The first and first stop on the roadmap.

Al-Ghazouli explained that if the second date of the presidential elections fails, it will be a death certificate for the credibility of the international community before the Libyan people, expecting international pressure on the Libyan political forces to prepare the atmosphere for the elections.

The Libyan academic continued, saying: "The international community, especially Europe, is well aware that a political solution is the optimal solution to the Libyan crisis, and in the event that the situation returns to the square of chaos again, not only Libya but also Europe will suffer.".

Al-Ghazouli stressed the need to activate the stick of international sanctions against obstructionists; To show the seriousness of the international community in resolving the Libyan crisis.

On Friday, cities in eastern and western Libya witnessed, concurrently, for the first time in years, demonstrations under the title "Salvation Friday" To denounce the postponement of the elections, which were scheduled for December 24, the demonstrators chanted slogans against election obstructionists, and demanded the downfall of all political bodies currently in place.

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And this call is not the first, as it urged 4 European countries, besides Washington, Earlier, Libyan authorities On the need for consensus, the speedy conduct of elections, and compliance with the internationally agreed roadmap.

External warnings and calls continued, in light of internal general anger and discontent, as a result of postponing the first electoral date in the history of Libyans, until next month.

In the face of this delay, experts and politicians pointed out that there are five obstacles in the next stage that threaten to undermine the entire political track.

political fragmentation

The political center in Libya is in a state of fragmentation, and here political researcher Muhammad al-Douri says that the situation on the ground is worrying, and there are those who are pouring oil on the fire, in order to return the country to chaos again.

Al-Douri added, during his statements to “Sky News Arabia”, that the current state of fragmentation is being paid by the Libyan citizen, who is living in a state of uncertainty about his future in light of the chaos.

The political researcher called on all political forces to assume their responsibilities before the country and the citizen, and to give priority to the country’s interest over any personal interests, and continued, “The Benghazi meeting, which brought together a number of presidential candidates, is the fruit of hope on the path of national consensus, and giving priority to the interests of the country and the citizen.”

Al-Douri stressed the importance of developing these constructive meetings, and working to implement all their outcomes in order to solve the Libyan crisis, which also suffers from foreign interference, stressing that the Libyan-Libyan solution is the safe exit for the country.

And last Tuesday, the Libyans described the meeting that brought together a number of presidential candidates, most notably Khalifa Haftar And Fathi Bashagha in the eastern city of Benghazi, with a “glimmer of hope” for them after a decade of chaos.

Following the meeting, which was widely praised by the Libyan street, the candidates for the presidential elections announced their agreement that the overarching national interest is above all else.

They affirmed the continuation of coordination and communication and the expansion of the framework of this national initiative to gather the word, reunification, and respect the will of the Libyans.

Incitement and sedition

The Libyan street finds itself facing incitement and sedition, with every step towards a peaceful and political solution. After a “reunion” meeting held by a number of presidential candidates, the isolated Mufti, Sadiq al-Ghariani, incited against the meeting, saying, “What you did is forbidden by God, and he threatened his companions with fire.” , in a continuation of the series of incitement and the exploitation of religion as a cover, as described by the experts.

Here, the Libyan academic, Ahmed Hamza, confirmed that Al-Ghariani’s statement was not the first, and will not be the last. Since February 17, 2011, he has issued his poisonous statements and fatwas, calling on the Libyans to rally around him to carry out malicious aims, aiming at division and bloodshed.

And the Libyan researcher continued, in a statement to “Sky News Arabia”, that Gharyani “is exploiting religion to achieve its suspicious goals that are supported by foreign countries, because his recent call aims to divide the ranks and prevent any political settlement of the current crisis in the country.”

Hamza added that Gharyani, who is supported by the Brotherhood, always seeks to stir up sedition and mislead the people with his fatwas; To destabilize the country and create chaos, the conflict that the organization feeds on will continue.

In the context of incitement, the ousted Mufti called, during media statements, to take to the streets and to prevent any attempt towards the electoral process, which he described as “religiously forbidden.”

The Libyan academic stressed that the Libyan street is now well aware of those who work for the national interest and those who work against the homeland, and continued, “The organization loses every day in the Libyan street… by spreading division and discord.”

Security and militias

The security file is the most prominent obstacle in the coming period for the Libyan street, as the militias continue to tamper with the stability of the Libyan state, and confirm their lack of respect for all international outcomes that recommended the necessity of holding elections.

In this context, the Libyan politician Muhammad Al-Barjawi says that the organization with all its pillars and methods will not allow Libya to pass towards the path of stability easily; Because the organization controls the capabilities of the country through chaos.

The armed militias did not calm down towards any step towards mending the rift inside Libya. After the meeting of the candidates and after Brotherhood incitement, suspicious movements began on the part of the armed militias in the capital, Tripoli.

The Libyan politician, Muhammad Al-Barjawi, called for the necessity of activating what was promised by the international forces concerned with the Libyan crisis; From activating sanctions against any faction or person seeking to obstruct the electoral process, and what happens from armed militias affiliated with certain organizations inside Libya, which threatens peace and internal and external security.

The dilemma of the economy

The Libyan economy is suffering from a sharp deterioration as a result of several factors, most notably the succession of governments and the absence of legitimate state institutions and structures, in addition to the control of a number of militias over the state’s capabilities.

Here, the economic expert, Azza Al-Rawi, confirmed that the Libyan economy will only recover through legitimate institutions that gain the confidence of the international community and investors, pointing to the security dilemma that caused the collapse of the Libyan economy, most notably the electricity and petroleum sector.

Al-Rawi added that the Libyan street is enthusiastic about holding the elections; Because it is the only lifeline for solving the economic problems that engulfed the street. Many Libyans are currently indifferent to political conflicts as much as they are concerned with the importance of consensus to save the economy, and to benefit from the country’s wasted wealth 10 years ago as a result of chaos and insecurity.

The economic expert explained that the current situation in Libya is a good and strategic climate for the armed militias that control the Libyan economy or most of the joints of the Libyan economy, and therefore we find desperate obstruction by these militias in order to disrupt any political solution in the country.

loss of confidence

Confidence declined as a result of 10 years of armed conflict and fighting, while international and regional conferences pushed for a road map for a political settlement. Here, the Libyan academic, Alaa Al-Ghazouli, says that there is a state of loss of confidence in the Libyan street towards the international community, which has failed to help the country to make it deserve The first and first stop on the roadmap.

Al-Ghazouli explained that if the second date of the presidential elections fails, it will be a death certificate for the credibility of the international community before the Libyan people, expecting international pressure on the Libyan political forces to prepare the atmosphere for the elections.

The Libyan academic added, “The international community, especially Europe, is well aware that the political solution is the optimal solution to the Libyan crisis, and in the event that the situation returns to the square of chaos again, not only Libya but also Europe will suffer.”

Al-Ghazouli stressed the need to activate the stick of international sanctions against obstructionists; To show the seriousness of the international community in resolving the Libyan crisis.

On Friday, cities in eastern and western Libya witnessed, concurrently, for the first time in years, demonstrations under the title “Friday of Salvation” to denounce the postponement of the elections that were scheduled for December 24, and the demonstrators chanted slogans against the electoral obstacle, and demanded the overthrow of all political bodies currently in place.

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