04. November 2016 · Kommentare deaktiviert für Libyen: ICG – „Time for a Reset“ · Kategorien: Hintergrund, Libyen

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International Crisis Group (ICG): The Libyan Political Agreement:  Time for a Reset. Middle East and North Africa Report N°170  |  4 November 2016

In einem ausführlichen Bericht konstatiert das ICG ein Scheitern der UN-vermittelten „Regierung der nationalen Einheit“ und der beiden weiteren libyschen Regierungen. Stattdessen sei ein allgemeiner politischer „Reset“ nötig. Andernfalls bleibe auch die Bekämpfung des sog. „Menschenschmuggels“, d.h. der Abfahrt der Flüchtlingsboote, Makulatur.

S. 31:

„V.  Conclusion

The absence of a security dialogue and agreement among competing internal and external actors has rendered the well-intentioned Skhirat accord impossible to fully implement at this time. It is critical to return to hammer out a security agreement that can be married to those elements of the accord that both sides support. On its current trajectory, the peace process is headed for a failure that would leave pressing international issues unresolved, such as combating people-smugglers and jihadist groups, and ensure dramatic worsening of living conditions for most Libyans. What has been achieved by the UN-led negotiations – broad agreement on the need for a transitional framework and some of its critical political elements – would be lost. The December 2015 agreement could have been imposed on recalcitrant actors had they been marginal and the international community united. That was not the case. Salvaging a political solution requires dealing with the fragmented and deeply frustrating Libya that exists, with its local leaders and armed groups, not the one we wish for.

Tripoli/Brussels, 4 November 2016″

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