In its monthly report, Libya Crime Watch (LCW) said that rescue teams recovered during April 75 bodies of illegal immigrants from the shores of Sabratha and Garabulli and rescued 90 others at sea.
The report also documented the killing of two civilians due to armed clashes in Zawiya, west of Tripoli, and the arrest of several activists in the eastern and central regions.
The organization held the Government of National Unity (GNU) responsible for the "ongoing insecurity and organized crime," demanding effective measures to protect civilians.
It also called on the Libyan judicial authorities to open an urgent and transparent investigation into the cause of civilian casualties and hold those responsible for such crimes accountable.
"The arrests of activists in Sirte and Benghazi is a flagrant violation of human rights and fundamental freedoms, the report said.
It demanded their immediate and unconditional release and to guarantee their safety, rights, and freedom of expression.
On the immigration issue, the organization renewed its call for officials to assume their responsibilities towards this file, urging more cooperation with non-governmental organizations to address this phenomenon.