is Liby13700134_1258863870799704_514118965001898866_n.jpgan National Day for Victims of Enforced Disappearance.

Over 5000 Victims since 2011 according to estimates

 

Libyan Terrorist Abdul Suissi injured in Sirte Yesterday.

He runs a gang in Tripoli that Kidnaps women.

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Ahmed Al Malaki holds a Press Conference in the East of Libya regarding missing people in Libya since 2011, estimated at 5000 and above. There are currently no factual records of abducted and missing people due to families being reticent about reporting due to several reasons – mainly the absence of state authority  in some areas, under the  control of armed Militias, as well as the absence of real legislation on the matter from UN imposed Governments in Tripoli.

(Since 2012, Kidnappings have happened for many reasons anecdotally and evidentially. As well as Kidnap for Ransom, many disappearances have been as the result of Political Kidnappings. Those vying for power in Tripoli and Misrata – backed by the West – have frequently Kidnapped and Disappeared any Political Opponent – or preyed on their families & loved ones. Libya is and has been the land of Terrorist Political Extortion).

Al-Maliki spoke on the provision of a proposed law, established last year in March by the House of Representatives, the concept of establishing a support center and coordinating the search and identification of missing persons. In conjunction with the Ministry of Justice and Judicial Experience Service, to complete Criminal Investigations, Prosecution, The Ministry of Health and other stakeholders of coordination. He states the file is becoming more complex daily – in the absence of any Legislation by the chamber of deputies and the government in Tripoli. Hardly surprising as most of the perpetrators are in the west of Libya allied to Militias supported by the GNA, previous Tripoli UN instated Governments and the Militias that are associated with them, namely Libya Dawn and the Friday Market Militias – all of them American backed and trained.  

Maliki called for the need to support this situation, make laws and decisions necessary, and thanked all the organizations that supported this file in Libya in the past, including the International Committee for Missing Persons, the International Red Cross and other international Organizations.

He also addressed a letter to the families of the missing, of the need to form Associations and links between them to  communicate with all official matters,  officially in this work to achieve real results.


أحمد المالكى يحمل المؤتمر الصحفي في شرق ليبيا فيما يتعلق بعدد المفقودين في ليبيا منذ عام 2011، تقدر بنحو 5000 وما فوق. لا يوجد حاليا أي سجلات واقعية من المخطوفين والمفقودين بسبب أسر يجري متحفظا حول التقارير نظرا لعدة أسباب –

أساسا غياب سلطة الدولة في بعض المناطق، تحت سيطرة الميليشيات المسلحة، فضلا عن عدم وجود تشريع حقيقي بشأن هذه المسألة من الأمم المتحدة فرض الحكومات في طرابلس.


 

منذ عام 2012، حدثت عمليات الخطف لأسباب عديدة الروايات المتناقلة والإثباتية. فضلا عن الاختطاف للحصول على فدية، وكان العديد من حالات الاختفاء نتيجة لعمليات الخطف السياسية. تلك التي تتنافس على السلطة في طرابلس ومصراتة – المدعومة من الغرب – لدينا في كثير من الأحيان المختطفين والمختفين أي معارض سياسي – أو يعتدون على أسرهم.


وتحدث المالكي على تقديم مقترح قانون، التي أنشئت العام الماضي من قبل مجلس النواب في شهر مارس من العام الماضي فكرة إنشاء مركز دعم وتنسيق البحث والتعرف على المفقودين. بالتعاون مع وزارة العدل والقضاء الخدمة الخبرة، لاستكمال التحقيقات الجنائية، النيابة العامة، وزارة الصحة وغيرها من الجهات المعنية للتنسيق. ويذكر أن الملف أصبح أكثر تعقيدا كل يوم – في غياب من قبل مجلس النواب والحكومة في طرابلس. من المستغرب بالكاد لأن معظم

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16th August 2016

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