CALLED TO IMPRESS THE ENTIRE WORLD ! MY COMMANDER
هيبتك أبهرت العالم بأسره…..قائدي
Appelle ta impressionne le monde entier….. Mon capitaine.
“chevalier et hommes”
International Green Charter Human Rights Conference
The following structures and terminologies are hereby proposed with two phases in any geographical area: the “joining” phase and the “convening” phase.
The “joining” phase comes first, as it is not possible to convene conferences that will be able to enact popular legislation (policy upon consensus decision-making) if there are insufficient numbers. I.E. it is obvious, that 10 people cannot convene an Australian People’s Congress, nor even an Alice Springs People’s Conference and pass recommendations or resolutions that would have any binding authority, when even the number of political party members of parliamentary dictatorship are higher.
The “joining” phase can be considered sufficient to pass to the “convening” phase when the number of members and indeed participants are higher than the “representatives” of traditional (dictatorial) political power in that area, or when the members of the conferences themselves consider their numbers sufficient to lay claim to being the legitimate organs of people’s power (Jamahiriya) government.
During the “joining” phase, all legislative organs (conferences) are called CONFERENCES but when achieving the “convening” phase are re-branded as CONGRESSES. However, the convention of Basic People’s Conferences will remain named as Basic (Local) People’s Conferences, the secretariats of which make up the Municipal (Area) People’s Congresses to which the various decisions of BPCs are brought.
At first, people join from the nearest level to them, which for most will be the World People’s Conference. When there are sufficient members in a particular nation to warrant the forming of a National People’s Conference, and a willing interim general secretariat is in place, then those members are contacted and urged to contact their National People’s Conference secretariat to join their NPC.
Again, when sufficient numbers within a given federal state or city or local region have joined, the State/Municipal People’s Conference can be declared, and the same down to the Basic (Local) People’s Conference.
Then, when there is sufficient members of the BPCs in an area, that area will now have a State/Municipal People’s Congress, and so on.
Thus the following structure of peoples power (Jamahiriya) self-governing masses societies around the world, takes shape, showing both the joining phase and the subsequent convening phase:
As can be seen below, when the “convening” phase takes place, congresses will also nominate executive people’s committees, these then carry out day to day executive action in line with legislation (policy) of the people’s congresses, thus replacing traditional “councils”, “committees”, “government departments” and “ministries”.
The People’s Committees have two directional arrows from one level to the next, because whilst all legislation is from the Congresses and from the grass roots on to the national level, the nomination for members of people’s committees takes place at local levels and the execution takes place from national levels for those national policies which are uniform across the state or nation.
قانون رقم 20 لسنة 1991 م بشأن تعزيز الحرية
مؤتمر الشعب العام
تنفيذا ً لقرارات المؤتمرات الشعبية الأساسية في دور انعقادها العادي الثاني لسنة 1397 و.ر الموافق 1988 م والتي صاغها الملتقى العام للمؤتمرات الشعبية واللجان الشعبية ( مؤتمر الشعب العام ) في دور انعقاده العادي الخامس عشر في الفترة من 25 رجب إلى 2 شعبان 1398 و.ر الموافق من 2 المريخ إلى 1989 م ، وقرارات المؤتمرات الشعبية الأساسية في دور انعقادها العادي الثاني لعام 1400 و.ر الموافق 1990 م والتي صاغها الملتقى العام للمؤتمرات الشعبية واللجان الشعبية والنقابات والاتحادات والروابط المهنية ( مؤتمر الشعب العام ) في دور انعقاده العادي في الفترة من 29 ذي القعدة إلى 5 من ذي الحجة 1400 و.ر الموافق 11 إلى 17 من شهر الصيف 1991 م.
‘Daash’ intervention forces came to the cities of al-Jufra without
any resistance, and the withdrawal of militias ‘Roma Libya’ to Misurata.
Declare a state of public radio across the horn
local al-Jufra for jihad against the terrorist organization ‘Daash’
after the entry of a large number of them to the cities of al-Jufra.
Astgath appeals by residents and ‘Radio al-Jufra’ and the state of confusion within the cities of al-Jufra and the organization Daash has besieged the cities of the Province of al-Jufra, with case of Nfoor by the population.
Lord saves the Liberal and innocent !
(“Knight and Men”)
“DAASH” organizing terrorist forces outskirts of the city of Hun,
in tha al-JUFRA region now.
Organization “Daash” simplifies the control of the
city hospital of Dan (Province of al-Jufra).
Tbra O Jardan Aasarkm lied.
Issue No.1248, 28 May, 2015 27-05-2015 06:16PM ET
Troubled tribal talks
A failed meeting of Libyan tribes in Cairo highlights
Egypt’s dangerous misreading of the complexities and
power balances existing on the ground, writes Kamel Abdallah.
Organisers of the conference of Libyan tribes in Cairo have announced a three-day suspension of activities following its inaugural session at 5:00pm on Monday. The reason given was that the representatives of the tribes in western and southern Libya had been prevented from attending this session due to the interruption in flights to Egypt from these areas. This contradicts earlier statements by the organisers only hours before the conference opened to the effect that more than 400 persons representing all Libyan tribes had already arrived aboard special flights to Egypt coming from Zintan in the west and passing through Tobruk in the east on their way to Egypt. In itself this sheds some light on the efficacy of the participant parties.
The ambiguity surrounding the fate of the meeting of the Libyan tribes could reflect negatively on the host country and detract from its ability to communicate with the Libyan social components to which it is linked by ancient bonds in the interests of promoting understandings that could help restore calm in Libya. In addition, conflicting statements by organisers are indicative of poor organisation and lack of consistency.
The major tribes in Libya have expressed their appreciation of the Egyptian position. However, they have refused to meet abroad and stressed in statements issued shortly before the due meeting that the participants there did not represent them. This refusal places the conference organisers and the Egyptian government in an awkward position and reveals how difficult it is to count on tribal cohesion against the current backdrop of strife in Libya.
Although the organisers also announced that representatives from the Arab League, the EU, the UN, the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and other international organisations would be on hand, this too turned out to be no more than press statements. The UN Special Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) has not yet issued any official statements on the conference, in spite of recent mentions that Marsa Matrouh would host a meeting of the tribes as one of the four main tracks of the Libyan dialogue, designated during the first dialogue sessions in January earlier this year.
The parties opposed to the Egyptian-sponsored meeting of the tribes hold that its aim is to support the positions and interests of certain Libyan forces over others. This does not benefit Libyan social components and Libya in general, said sources contacted by ‘al-Ahram Weekly’.
Egypt attaches great importance to the Libyan tribes and believes that they can contribute considerably to the restoration of security and stability to Libya. Cairo’s decision to host a meeting of Libyan tribes for the second time this week is consistent with and supports this position. But on top of poor organisation, the meeting was marred by divisions between the participant parties, the lack of a unified vision, and conflicts between their diverse tribal affiliations and political outlooks with regard to the current polarised situation in Libya.
More importantly, the participants to not represent the truly influential parties in Libya, or even the major tribes that warned in strongly worded statements only a day before the Cairo meetings were to convene that they would punish persons who claim to represent them.
It therefore appears that the Egyptian vision regarding the role of the Libyan tribes in the current crisis is considerably short sighted. The reason for this is because those responsible for formulating Egyptian policy on this matter lack an accurate perception of the Libyan crisis and this shortcoming has eventually led Egypt into become a major party in this crisis. So think the major influential tribes, which have stressed that they would not take part in any meetings outside the country to bring the Libyan tribes together.
The Egyptian-sponsored meeting of the Libyan tribes in Cairo this week was arranged by Hassouna Tatanaki, one of the most powerful Libyan businessmen in eastern Libya. Highly influential among the tribes in Cyrenaica, Tatanaki enjoys good relations with officials in Cairo and Abu Dhabi. It was he who transported the youth from various tribes who were in the greatest attendance in the Cairo meetings, in addition to other individuals who are affiliated with the former GREAT JAMAHIRIYA.
As for the boycotting tribes, these included much to the surprise of some observers the five major tribes in Cyrenaica: Al-Obeidat, Al-Hassa, Al-Baraesa, Al-Dersa and Al-Magharba. In the west, among the major tribes that also refused to attend the meetings abroad were the Warfalla, Tarhouna, Maqarha, Qadhadhfa, Zintan, Mujabra, Awlad Suleiman, the tribes of Sirte, the Amazigh and the Tuareg tribes, the Awlad Youssef, as well as the tribes from Misurata, Tripoli, Gharian and Zawiya.
In addition, many fail to appreciate the extent of change in Libyan social structures in recent years.
The tribe, although still a fundamental pillar of Libyan social organisation, has lost a considerable degree of the dominant authority it once held over its members. Evidence of this is to found in a closer inspection of the makeup of the major tribes that currently are among the most influential in political equations. These actually consist of a group of tribal alliances rather than a single kinship lineage, such as is the case with the Warfala tribes, by far the largest tribal grouping in Libya.
The urgency of a real and effective solution to the Libyan crisis compels all stakeholders at home and abroad to develop a precise and detailed portrait of the situation, which entails, firstly, an examination of the parties to the crisis, their position and their actual weight on the ground, and secondly, the realisation that an effective solution is contingent on reordering social and political situations in a peaceful manner. Towards this end it is important to disengage situations from their regional linkages so as to enable Libyans to determine the system of government that suits them as well as the type of state, which is effectively missing at present in Libya in spite of all political facades, which are without use and have been the major cause for spiralling polarisation and violence in the country.
It appears that Egypt, whose regional vision on the Libyan question may soon be on a collision course with that of its regional allies, is attempting to capitalise on the tribal card, in light of demographic links across the Western Desert, in order to bolster support for its idea of building the Libyan army as the fulcrum of a new political order in Libya. It believes that securing the support of Libyan tribes for this idea will give it greater influence in Libya. However, current realities in the country clash with this idea, which ignores the fact that military men in Libya are as divided as the rest of the country, as well as the fact that the terrorist-militias men fighting for the ‘Dawn Libya’ operation outnumber those on the side of General Khalifa Hftar, who is supported by Egypt.
Egypt is also trying to persuade Algeria, Libya’s western neighbour, which is also harmed by fallout from the deterioration in Libya, to change its opinion on the crisis and the Libyan factions. Perhaps the recent visit to Algiers by Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Fahmi earlier this week included another attempt to bridge views with Algeria on the Libyan crisis. However, Algeria is still committed to a peaceful solution formulated in way that will save the face of Libyan factions. Also, Algiers is hosting the dialogue between Libyan political parties and activists, which is also one of the tracks sponsored by UNSMIL.
Libyan social components have multiplied and changed numerous times since the fall of the GREAT JAMAHIRIYA. Some changes apply across the board, while others are more localised. There are now Shura Councils and Councils of Wise Men, which are regarded by supporters of the MAJLIS al-Nuwaab in Tobruk, and by General Hftar, as socio-political wings of the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood.
There was also another Council of Wise Men in Libya, although it lost its efficacy soon after it was created in 2012 due to disputes between its members. Most of these went on to create the Council of Libyan Notables for Reconciliation, which is the only social entity in the country that has remained coherent in the face of political and security storms.
It is also the only organised entity to enjoy a relatively high degree of general approval in Libya, especially as it enjoins its members not to mix politics with social concerns. Additionally, it is the only entity that has an influential presence on the ground, especially in the west and south where it has succeeded in settling many crises between social contingents.
In addition to the foregoing entities, there are tribal entities known as the ‘social councils’, which are an extension of the ‘people’s social committees system’ introduced by the GREAT JAMAHIRIYA in the 1990s.
On another track in the Libyan dialogue, UNSMIL has sent out official invitations to representatives of elected local and municipal councils to resume their dialogue, which will meet for the third time in Tunisia on 28 May. UN Envoy to Libya Bernardino Leon who had met with the Libyan factions in Skhirat, Morocco, to discuss their reactions to a draft solution to the Libyan crisis will present details of those discussions to participants in the meeting in Tunisia.
Egypt prevent the entry of Libyans living with new passports:
dat blue and bearing the handwritten data.
Video footage at:
هل ستطلب حكومتي العملاء في طرابلس وطبرق من بلجيكا بالأعتذار جراء ماتعرض له برنارد هنري ليفي المتحصل على الجنسية الليبية من اهانة في احدى محاضراته في بلجيكا اليوم السبت 30/05/2015 ..
المقطع 31 ثانية
Beaten eggs and refreshments on Bernard Henri-Levy
in ‘Saint-Luke’ church in Brussels, describing him as
‘supportive of terrorism and to Daash maker and destroyer of nations’.