Sat. Jul 20th, 2024

In a letter addressed to UN Secretary-General António Guterres, 75 Libyan parties called for a review of the mechanisms of the UN mission in Libya.

The signatory parties criticized the performance of UN envoy Abdullah Batele, accusing him of marginalizing political parties and continuing an approach that does not serve state-building and does not expand the participation of Libyans in political dialogue.

The letter stressed the need for inclusiveness in the political process, representing all Libyan factions, in addition to the importance of strengthening national dialogue and effectively involving political parties in shaping the future of the country.

The parties stressed the essential role of the United Nations in any work carried out by the mission, and to be a participant in any process aimed at exiting the Libyan political crisis.

The letter was officially delivered to Guterres’ office and is expected to spark a wide debate on the role of the UN mission and how to achieve stability and peace in Libya.

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