Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Libya out of the quagmire of blood

End of proof. The civil war in Libya continues and fester. As the aircraft passed to the command of NATO depleted uranium discharged into the city every day and are innocent victims, as well as Gaddafi's troops, the rebels complain about the weakness of the offensive area, and defense industries are rubbing their hands at the thought of new supplies National Council of weapons to Libya, after years have equipped the regime of the latest in terms of death and oppression.

As long as there is war there is hope, in the words of the late Albertone in one of its most fun and loving interpretations ... The ability to put an end to the massacre and is now residing in the settlement proposal drafted by the African Union which provides for the 'immediate ceasefire and humanitarian assistance to the population, the protection of foreign residents in the country, the dialogue between the warring parties for a period of transition and the implementation of necessary policy reforms.

Be noted that among the states that are part of the working group that drafted the roadmap is on South Africa which had also voted in favor of Resolution 1973. As you know, the roadmap has been accepted by the insurgents marespinta Gaddafi in Benghazi. The real point of contention with regard to the recent departure of Gaddafi and his family, the rebels continue to pose such questions.

NATO itself is, moreover, convinced, through the words of its secretary general, Denmark's Rasmussen, you sure this is no military solution to the conflict. Advance along the path outlined by the African Union and other major international actors, such as Brazil and Turkey, in fact, today it seems the only possible solution.

Otherwise, there will be a further degeneration of the conflict and Western powers interested in the Libyan oil weapon will attempt to ground intervention. No coincidence that the French Prime Minister Juppe criticism today, NATO, while Sarkozy, looking for a way out to their external military internal difficulties, as some Napoléon le Petit in the nineteenth century, was also launched in the adventure of Costa d'Ivoire.

Add an invitation of the Libyan legal aspects of the story will speak April 19 from 16 to CNR, via dei Taurini 19, Rome, Ugo Villani, professor of international law, and Claudio De Fiores, a professor of constitutional law. For those who do not believe that the law is useless and so is worth giving the floor to arms ...

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