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 Libyan President Muhammad Al Manfi has assured world leaders that the country was moving towards building institutions and establishing principles of democracy Al Manfi gave the assurance while addressing the 77th session of the UN General Assembly at the UN headquarters in New York He reaffirmed his commitment to the Libyan Political Agreement declaring that he would lead efforts to prepare for a peaceful and democratic transfer of power through presidential and parliamentary elections The Libyan official thanked the African Union for its cooperation in launching a national reconciliation project which represented the most important track towards reaching its desired goal of peace and stability He stressed the need for time limits during dialogues between the House of Representatives and the State Supreme Council offering his willingness to intervene to get the political process out of its impasse whenever necessary Al Minfi noted positively the UN s involvement in Libya and envisioned an active role through the country s new leadership He urged the organisation to seriously work to support comprehensive national solutions to the political impasse noting that it had almost undermined the political achievements gained through the UN sponsored Libyan dialogue The President also called for the restoration of economic momentum and the reduction of the power of corruption The Libyan leader stated that proxy wars and conflicting visions for a solution in his country were preventing a national option from being formed He said that negative international interventions were still charting paths of contradictory solutions that could push Libya into armed confrontations and lead to rigid political positions which could hurt approaches to bridging gaps and building partnerships Turning to the economy Al Manafi maintained that the Libyan Presidential Council supports every effort to resume oil and gas production throughout all regions of the country He underscored the Libyan Presidential Council s keenness for transparent and fair oil revenue management to neutralise public money from the political conflict and ensure without political or geographical discrimination that it benefitted all Libyans This may alleviate the severity of the economic situation and the ongoing struggle over executive authority while also providing a more stable environment for a democratic transformation he said nanenws NewsSourceCredit NAN
UNGA 77: Libyan President says nation working towards democratic transformation

1 Libyan President Muhammad Al-Manfi has assured world leaders that the country was moving towards building institutions and establishing principles of democracy.

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2 Al-Manfi gave the assurance while addressing the 77th session of the UN General Assembly at the UN headquarters in New York.
He reaffirmed his commitment to the Libyan Political Agreement, declaring that he would lead efforts to prepare for a peaceful and democratic transfer of power through presidential and parliamentary elections.

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3 The Libyan official thanked the African Union for its cooperation in launching a national reconciliation project which represented the most important track towards reaching its desired goal of peace and stability.

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4 He stressed the need for time limits during dialogues between the House of Representatives and the State Supreme Council, offering his willingness to intervene “to get the political process out of its impasse whenever necessary”.

5 Al-Minfi noted positively the UN’s involvement in Libya, and envisioned an active role through the country’s new leadership.

6 He urged the organisation to seriously work to support comprehensive national solutions to the political impasse, noting that it had almost undermined the political achievements gained through the UN-sponsored Libyan dialogue.

7 The President also called for the restoration of economic momentum and the reduction of the “power of corruption”.

8 The Libyan leader stated that proxy wars and conflicting visions for a solution in his country were preventing a national option from being formed.

9 He said that negative international interventions were still charting paths of “contradictory solutions” that could push Libya into armed confrontations and lead to rigid political positions which could hurt approaches to bridging gaps and building partnerships
Turning to the economy, Al-Manafi maintained that the Libyan Presidential Council supports every effort to resume oil and gas production throughout all regions of the country.

10 He underscored the Libyan Presidential Council’s keenness for transparent and fair oil revenue management to neutralise public money from the political conflict and ensure, without political or geographical discrimination, that it benefitted all Libyans.

11 “This may alleviate the severity of the economic situation and the ongoing struggle over executive authority while also providing a more stable environment for a democratic transformation,” he said.

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