Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Transitional National Council for eight points after Gaddafi Libya

At the conference on the future of Libya being held in London, the National Transitional Council, created by the rebels in Libya, has released its eight-point manifesto, expressing his "vision for the reconstruction of a democratic Libyan state," which "responds to the wishes and aspirations of the people." In the note accompanying the text, called 'Vision for a Democratic Libya', reads: "Libya is at the crossroads of history.

We leave behind the dark years of dictatorship and we venture into a new era of democratic change. The CNT, the only legitimate representative of the Libyan people, has taken initial steps to realize the democratic aspirations of the people. " The document goes on to state "required" by the council to adopt a draft constitution.

The draft will address vital issues as the separation of powers, universal suffrage, the guarantee of fundamental human rights, rule of law. " The CNT is also proposes to create a Libya that take part in the activities of the international community in an "active, constructive" on an "egalitarian".

"The Libyan people - he concludes the note - has endured a lot of effort. We believe this is the first ray of light to pierce the clouds of dictatorship. " The first point mentioned in the document, signed by the Political Affairs Committee and International Council, providing for the establishment of "a Constitution that clearly defines its nature, its essence and its goals and create the institutions of legal, political, civil, legislative, executive and judicial.

" The second point involves the "formation of political organizations and civil institutions, including political parties." The third point is the guarantee of the states' political and intellectual pluralism "and fourth" the right to vote in parliamentary and presidential elections free and fair ".

The fifth principle is "respect for freedom of expression in the media" and "the freedom to demonstrate peacefully", while the sixth relates to "strong religious values of peace, truth, justice and equality." In the seventh section deals with the "political democracy and the values of social justice," including "the use of the national economy for the benefit of the people", "investment in education, research and development", "respect of religious doctrine and the condemnation of intolerance, extremism and violence.

" Finally, the eighth chapter deals with the international relations of Libya, to be built on the principles of "respect for neighbors," the "recognition of the independence and sovereignty of other nations," "respect for international humanitarian law and Declarations of Rights human "and the condemnation of all" racism, discrimination and terrorism.


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