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Crimes of armed militias

Written by Alrassed Alliby Editor
2 Oct 2013 10:34 pm
Militias... The first security challenge for Libya

Militias... The first security challenge for Libya

The report addresses the recent strategic of Business Center (Business Monitor International (BMI) issue in Libya defense and security environment, the chances of restoring the country to a normal life after the end of the current mess. The general conclusion reached is that while Libya has the clear potential to enter as a member of a peaceful, democratic and prosperous within the international community, there is still a lot that needs to be done to ensure the stability of the security situation.

The main results of the report, that the priority of  BMI is  pressing the Libyan government in order to achieve stability in the security situation is to disarm the militias and to enable its members the chance to join the Libyan armed forces arising, or to get help in their search for work product.

The report also finds that the government should work to reduce the illegal flow of weapons that have disappeared from the Libyan army stocks during the revolution, "where these weapons find their way to rebel groups in Africa and beyond that." The report also finds that the Libyan government should move forward in their efforts to repair and rebuild and redirect the country's armed forces. This can be done by merging former militias in the Libyan armed forces, and through the acquisition of new military equipment.

The UN report said the Libyan government must also continue to work to disarm the militias that are not yet accepted to hand over their weapons. In addition, we must seek to reduce tensions between the many ethnic groups in the country, and Foundation reports are "Business Monitor International," the first security reference for businessmen and investors