Progress on the Organization of Libya

The Council has issued a statement:

The Interim Transitional National Council
Decree 3

The Interim Transitional National Council (The Council) held his first meeting on Saturday 5th of March 2011 in the city of Benghazi, the temporary location, till the liberation of Tripoli the Capital City and the permanent location of the The Council.

The Council derives its legitimacy from the city councils who run the liberated cities, and who had been formed by the revolution of the 17th February to fulfil the revolutionary gains in order to achieve their goals. This Council is headed by Mr. Mustafa Abdeljeleel and the meeting is attended by:
1. Mr. Othman Suleiman El-Megyrahi (Batnan Area)
2. Mr. Ashour Hamed Bourashed (Dema City)
3. Dr. Abdelallah Moussa El-myehoub (Qouba Area)
4. Mr. Subiar Ahmed El-Sharif (Representative of the political prisoners)
5. Mr. Ahmad Abduraba Al-Abaar (Benghazi city)
6. Mr. Dr. Fafhi Mohamed Baja (Benghazi city)
7. Mr. Abdelhafed Abdelkader Ghoga (Benghazi City)
8. Mr. Fathi Tribil and Dr. Salwa Fawzi El-Deghali (Representatives of Youth and Women)

The Council concluded the following:

1: The Council emphasised that the most important role is the one played by the youth. They were the base and foundation of the revolution and the focal power for the Libyan to reach where they stand today to be able to demand the termination of the dictatorial regime.

2. The Council Declares that it is the sole representative of all Libya with its different social and political strata and all its geographical secions. Its membership is open to all Libyans and thus has received the members of the following cities: Misurata, Senatn, Sawya, Zqara, Nalout, El-Jabel El-Gharbi (West Mountain), Gaat, and Kubra and their names will not be declared for safety reasons till the liberation of all Libya. The council is waiting for the delegations from Tripoli, the south Areas and Middle areas of Libya to Join it.

3. The Council declares Mr. Omar El-Hariri as its representitive of the Military Affairs for the Safety and Security of Libya.

4. The Council also declares the formation of the Executive Team to administer the crisis and to deal with the current situation. The functions of the Executive Team is to run all Foreign matters and to represent the foreign affairs of Libya. It is headed by Dr. Mahmoud Jebril Ibrahim El-Werfali and Dr. Ali Aziz Al-Eisawi as the representative of the Foreign affairs of Libya. The council declares that there will be more members to the Executive Team to run the main and vital sectors of the country after further discussions between the head of the Executive Team and The Council.

The Council delegates to Dr. Mahmoud Jebril and R. Ali Al-Esawi the right to negotiate with all members of the international communities to accomplish internation recognition of The Council, and both members have the right to take all the necessary measures to reach this goal.

The council affirms that all Libyan delegates to the UN, Arab League, International and regional organization and members fo the Libyan embassies who joined the revolution are considered a legitimate representative of the Council. The other representatives of the fallen regime should take the above stance.

Finally, even though the balance of power is uneven between the defencless protestors and the tyrant regime’s mercenaries and private battalions, we will rely on the will of our people for a free and dignified existence. Furthermore, we request from the international community to fulfil its obligations to protect the Libyan people from any further genocide and crimes against humanity without any direct military intervention on Libyan soil.

Long live Libya, free and united.
The Interim Transitional National Council
5th of March 2011.

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I am a retired teacher in Canada. I taught in the subject areas where I have worked for almost forty years: maths, physics, chemistry and computers. I love hunting, fishing, picking berries and mushrooms, too.
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