Human Rights Solidarity warns of escalation in Libyan status quo amid political division
The security situation Tripoli and the sharp division among the political parties and military factions could escalate and then explode, Human Rights Solidarity has warned.
In a statement signed by a number of civil society organizations and national associations Tuesday, The HRS called for an end to the political split by forming a national unity government, stressing that the dialogue is the only way to reach a national accord.
It called on the United Nations to linger a bit longer over the Libyan situation without rushing to conclusions and ill-studied actions.
“Every Libyan stakeholder should cooperate with the UN and the friendly countries to achieve the accord that would allow all Libyans to build a real national unity government.” The statement reads.
The HRS reaffirmed that all parties should pay respect to the Libyan judiciary and the constitutional legitimacy represented in the constitutional declaration.