The Visit of Head Of UN Support Mission In Libya To Morocco
Biadillah Meets With Head Of UN Support Mission In Libya
Speaker of the House of Advisors, Mohamed Cheikh Biadillah, met Wednesday in Rabat, with Special Representative of the Secretary General of the UN, Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, Tarek Mitri.
During this meeting, Biadillah said Morocco has managed to ensure a smooth transition to democracy, in an atmosphere of open dialogue, security and stability in the midst of a complex regional juncture, thanks to the wisdom of HM King Mohammed VI, the maturity of the different political actors, and the intelligence of the Moroccan people, a statement of the House said.
This Moroccan model, Biadillah said, can inspire the rest of the countries in the region in managing the transition phase, building State institutions, respect for human rights, and national reconciliation through transitional justice.
For his part, the UN official stressed the importance of the role that Morocco can play to help Libya to get out of the current crisis and build institutions on sound bases, noting that the Moroccan experience is a "reference" in the matter.
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Human Rights: Head Of UN Support Mission In Libya Stresses Need To Benefit From Moroccan Experience
Special Representative of the UN Secretary General, Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya Tarek Mitri underlined, on Thursday in Rabat, the need for Libya to take advantage of the prominent experiences by some countries, including Morocco, in the field of human rights and democracy.
During a meeting with the ministerial delegate for human rights Mahjoub El Hiba, Mitri underscored that Morocco has a very interesting experience and that Libya should benefit from it.
Mitri highlighted the UN mission's interest in supporting the rule of law in Libya and upgrading police and army institutions.
El Hiba expressed Morocco's readiness to back the country's democratic process through exchanging visits, organizing workshops and reinforcing cooperation on human rights and transitional justice.
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