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Libya for govt in two weeks
Libya for govt in two weeks
Interim leader Mustafa Abdel Jalil on Monday set a two-week target for Libya to have a new government and said a commission of inquiry is being formed to probe Muammar Gaddafi's killing.
"We have begun talks (on forming a government), and this matter will not take a month but will be finished within two weeks," the National Transitional Council (NTC) chairman told a media conference in the eastern city of Benghazi.
A day after the NTC's declaration of Libya's liberation in the wake of Gaddafi's capture and death, Jalil also said a commission of inquiry is to probe the controversial killing of the fallen strongman.
"In response to international calls, we have started to put in place a commission tasked with investigating the circumstances of Muammar Gaddafi's death in the clash with his circle as he was being captured," Jalil said.
And after having raised concern in the West by stressing on yesterday that the new Libya will be governed in line with Islamic sharia law, the NTC chief stressed it would remain a "moderate" Muslim country.
"I would like to assure the international community that we as Libyans are Muslims but moderate Muslims," he said.
The French foreign ministry said Paris will keep a watch over Libya's respect for human rights after the promise of a system of sharia law to run post-Gaddafi Libya.
"We will be watchful of respect for human rights and democratic principles, notably cultural and religious diversity and the equality of men and women to which France is unswervingly attached," ministry spokesman Bernard Valero said.
EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said the introduction of sharia law in Libya must respect human rights.
"We expect the new Libya to be based on respect for human rights and democratic principles," she said.
Jalil's two-week timeline came as Libya's new leaders embarked on the tough task of forging an interim government uniting disparate political forces after 42 years of Gaddafi's iron-fisted rule, under which sharia took a beat seat.
"Today, we begin preparing for a new phase... the phase after the liberation, the phase that we will plan and work hard for the future of Libya," said Abdel Hafiz Ghoga, vice chairman of the NTC.
"Let us start work on the adoption of the constitution," he said yesterday as he declared liberation from Gaddafi's rule at a rally attended by tens of thousands of revellers in Benghazi, birthplace of the anti-Gaddhafi revolt.
Under an NTC roadmap, an interim government is to be formed within a month and polls for a constituent assembly to draft a new basic law held within eight months -the first democratic vote since Gaddafi came to power in a 1969 coup.
Parliamentary and presidential elections would be held within a year after that -or within 20 months of yesterday's declaration.
However, concerted attempts last month to form a transitional government collapsed due to what Abdel Jalil said were "differences in views" between members of the NTC and the interim executive council.
The declaration came amid raging controversy over the circumstances of Gaddafi's death after he was taken alive during the fall of his hometown Sirte last Thursday.
Disquiet has grown internationally over how Kadhafi met his end after NTC fighters hauled him out of a culvert where he was hiding following NATO air strikes on the convoy in which he had been trying to flee his falling hometown.
Libya's interim prime minister Mahmud Jibril said in Jordan yesterday that an autopsy report showed Gaddafi was killed in "cross-fire from both sides."
Gaddafi's body has been stored in a vegetable market freezer in the eastern city of Misrata, drawing large crowds wanting to view and take pictures of the remains of the despot.
Human Right Watch, meanwhile, urged the NTC to probe the killing of 53 people whose decaying bodies were found in Sirte, where the pro-Gaddafi camp put up its final stand.
"We found 53 decomposing bodies, apparently Gaddafi supporters, at an abandoned hotel in Sirte," said Peter Bouckaert of Human Rights Watch (HRW), who investigated the killings.Media agencies
Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for Iraq (SRSG), Ad Melkert, has said that the preliminary results of the elections will be announced tomorrow morning. Earlier Iraq's the Independent High Electoral Commission was schedule to announce it today.
According to Voice of Iraq news agency, Melkert told this at a joint press conference with Head of the Independent High Electoral Commission (IHEC) , Faraj al-Haidari in Baghdad today. He added that it is important that all parties accept the results.
The voting for the parliament took place on 7th of this month. The result of this election is seen crucial for stability of Iraq as US forces will completely withdraw from the country by the end of 2011 and they will end their combat operation in August this year.
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Italian actress Antonella Salvucci appreciates PM Modi’s Vision and Congratulated him for his Win in the Elections 2019 Italian Actress-Model Antonella Salvucci came to National Capital for the promotions of her upcoming movie 69. The press conference was held at PVR Plaza, Connaught Place, Delhi. Present at the event, she praised Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his work. She was highly moved by his vision and his dedication towards International collaborations. She urges him to improve his collaboration with Italy as there are some good points in common that can make us more united. Antonella’s upcoming movie 69 is produced by S, Kumar Production house and she will soon be seen in other Indo-Italian projects like ' Aashiqui Tujhe Salaam' and ' Cat's Eye '.