Written by Alrassed Alliby Editor 2
23 Apr 2013 4:51 pm
Libya must focus on the judicial system during the Paris meeting
Libyan authorities must and its international partners strengthen public security and building professional security forces , but the belief that achieving security without a sponsor at the same time work on the establishment of courts to ensure an independent judicial institutions and strengthen mechanisms for the protection of rights , this is a fatal error.
Hanan Salah , a researcher with Human Rights Watch on Libya
(Paris) , Human Rights Watch said today at the International Ministerial Meeting held in Paris on February 12 / February 2013 on the security situation Filipaa the inclusion of the issue of building a strong justice system as an integral part of the talks . Will attend the Paris meeting, hosted by French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, Libyan officials have high-level and foreign ministers of the United States, the United Kingdom , Italy , Denmark, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, and Qatar , as well as representatives from the United Nations and the European Union
He said Human Rights Watch that efforts must be made to support the Libyan security forces , in addition to the need to find mechanisms to scrutinize the selection and supervision of its personnel . And independent courts play an essential role in ensuring the accountability of all those involved in the violations .
Said Hanan Salah , researcher , Human Rights Watch on Libya : "Should the Libyan authorities and their international partners enhance public security and building security forces professional , but the belief that the sponsor to achieve security without work at the same time to establish courts to ensure judicial institutions independent and strengthen mechanisms for the protection of rights, This is a fatal error . "
The Human Rights Watch has issued last week the chapter on Libya in its World Report for the year 2013 in Tripoli , which addressed the violations that have been committed in 2012. The report said that after almost a year and a half to topple Gaddafi, Libya still suffers from serious violations of human rights , including arbitrary arrests , torture and death in custody.
Hanan Salah said: " The achievement of sustainable security requires an effective judicial system , and should be on any party wants to be a stable and democratic Libya should strive to build the security services and the judicial system at the same time ."