BERLIN – Libya’s prime minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, has formally presented a national peace initiative at the second Berlin Conference on Wednesday.
The ‘Libya Stability’ initiative, which was originally unveiled by Foreign Minister Najla Mangoush on Tuesday, has four main pillars: Security, election legitimacy, national reconciliation and economic recovery.
On security, the initiative proposes plans for security the upcoming elections in December, unifying the military institution and removing foreign fighters.
On election legitimacy, the initiative seeks to urge parties to finalize the legal basis for elections.
The initiative also outlines plans for addressing the issue of social fragmantation and equal distribution of resources, within the pillars of national reconciliation and economic recovery, respectively.