Human Rights Watch published this cry for help recently. Take a look at this excerpt:
The newly confirmed Government of National Unity (GNU) should commit itself to significantly improve human rights conditions in Libya and ensure that elections planned for December 2021 are free and fair, Human Rights Watch said today.
Libya’s House of Representatives confirmed the Government of National Unity on March 10 as the country’s interim administrative authority, with Abdelhamid Dabeiba as Prime Minister and a three-member Presidency Council headed by Mohamed al-Mnefi. The GNU, backed by the United Nations, replaces the Government of National Accord and the Interim Government in eastern Libya.
“Libya’s new government needs to urgently prioritize the rule of law, justice, and accountability, all of which are key to ensure free and fair elections,” said Hanan Salah, senior Libya researcher at Human Rights Watch. “The litmus test for the government in the December elections will be whether the authorities can protect freedom of assembly, association, and speech for those participating.”
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