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Human Rights Watch calls for Libya to suspend the death sentences against Gaddafi supportersRights Watch criticizes the lift of immunity of 3 representative, and calls for the repeal of laws that criminalize the mudslingingLibya: A Rebuff to the ICCLibya should promptly surrender Saif al-Islam Gaddafi to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague. Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, a son of Muammar Gaddafi, is wanted for crimes against humanity.Observer Society for Human Rights condemns the government of Zidane walking with Libya to the abyss and fallingAssembly of human rights observer condeAssembly of human rights observer condemned the government of Zidane walking with Libya towards the abyss on purpose, and Assembly issued a statement today confirming the government's failure to take any procedures to maintain internal security or the protection of human rights, in addition to the widespread of poverty in the country.Libya: Latest abduction highlights ‘dysfunctional’ justice systemAnoud’s abduction casts a shadow on the Libyan authorities’ ability to ensure the safety of so many detainees held in relation to the 2011 armed conflict. They must now show that they have the political will and ability to tackle abuses by the militias and establish the rule of law,Human Rights Watch condemns the government violent reaction on the rebellion in Tripoli prison.. It calls to hold officials accountableLibya: Violent Response to Tripoli Prison MutinyThe government needs to establish what happened on August 26 and explain how so many prisoners had gunshot wounds and other serious injuries. Anyone found to have used unlawful violence against prisoners should be held to account under Libya’s criminal law.Joe Stork, acting Middle East and North Africa directorDispatches: Law and Order in Libya, Tripoli-StyleTripoli’s checkpoints, which dot the main crossroads of Libya’s capital and are typically run by militias as well as official security forces, recently became even more unnerving with the appearance of heavily armed men with vehicle-mounted antiaircraft weapons.The coalition Statement of human rights organizations from Yemen and Libya on the current events in the Arab regionThe chaos that the Arab region witnessed does not encourage the building of a democratic climate to meet the aspirations of the peoples in freedom and democracy, dignity and social justice.The observer Society for Human Rights statement: on the failure of the government and the Ministry of Justice in establishing the rule of lawThe current phase for which the General National Congress and the current government have the authority in Libya Characterized by following:Libya: Wave of Political AssassinationsWhat started as assassinations of members of the police, internal security apparatus, and military intelligence has been further aggravated by the killing of judges and a political activist. The failure to hold anyone accountable highlights the government’s failure to build a functioning justice systemThe International amnesty warns of the use of the judiciary as a tool for revenge after the death sentence on the politician Ahmed Ibrahim.The International amnesty has warned the Libyan authorities of how danger is using the judiciary as a tool of "revenge" after the sentence of death on a former minister in the regime of Muammar Gaddafi.Libya: Al-Gaddafi Loyalists At Risk of 'Revenge' Death SentencesHundreds of former soldiers and supporters of Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi are at increased risk of the death penalty, said Amnesty International, following the sentencing of a former minister in al-Gaddafi's government to death.Annual Report 2013Armed militias continued to commit serious human rights abuses with impunity, including arbitrary arrests, arbitrary detention, torture and unlawful killings. Thousands of people suspected of formerly supporting or fighting for Mu’ammar al-Gaddafi’s government, overthrown in 2011, remained detained without charge or trial and with no means of remedy. Most were beaten or otherwise ill-treated in custody;Libya: Investigate Killing of Political Activist(Beirut) – Libyan authorities should immediately follow through on a government pledge to conduct a prompt and thorough investigation into the assassination on July 26, 2013, of prominent political activist Abdulsalam Elmessmary in Benghazi. No one has claimed responsibility for the killing.Statement of the Group for freedoms of Development and of human rights and the Observer Association Human Rights on current eventsThe freedoms for Development and Human Rights , and the observer Association for Human Rights
follow up with deep concern the fast-moving events taking place in Libya and
Libya: Refugees, asylum-seekers and migrants held indefinitely in deplorable conditionsThe Libyan authorities must act immediately to end the indefinite detention of refugees, asylum-seekers and migrants, including children, solely for immigration purposes, Amnesty International said in a new briefing published today, 20 June 2013, World Refugee Day.Libya: Displaced People from Tawergha Barred From ReturnTripoli) – Libyan authorities should allow displaced residents of the city of Tawergha to return to their homes safely. Local authorities in Ajdabiya turned back a group of Tawerghans on June 25, 2013. Some had left Benghazi in a convoy of about 40 cars for Tawergha, 750 kilometers west, only to be barred passage in Ajdabiya, 150 kilometers from Benghazi.Amnesty denounces Libya arrests, tortureThe UN Security Council on Friday condemned what it said were arbitrary arrests and torture in Libya as it struggles with a transition to full democracy after the overthrow and death of Muammar Gaddafi.Rights group says 2 Libyan politicians shouldn't face death penalty for election cartoonsHuman Rights Watch has urged judicial authorities in Libya to drop criminal charges against two politicians facing the death penalty for using election posters deemed offensive to Islam.Reporters Without Borders : libyan Journalists attacked and threatened by militiasReporters Without Borders is extremely concerned about the deteriorating security situation in Libya and the behaviour of certain militias towards media personnel. Journalists have repeatedly been attacked, threatened or kidnapped by militias in recent months.Libya - the facts of the killing of " Black Saturday " in Benghazi should not get away with impunityMust investigate the facts of the murder and tighten the grip on illegal militias.

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