Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Morocco and Bahrain recognize the CNT to be the bearer of the aspirations of the people

Morocco, Bahrain, Iraq and Nigeria have recognized the National Transitional Council (CNT) the only legitimate representative of Libya. These four countries have joined Tuesday to the thirty already recognize the rebel National Transitional Council as the legitimate representative of Libya, mainly U.S. and major EU countries. This is how, literally, has secured the Moroccan Foreign Minister Taieb Fassi Fihri, in their country, in a statement picked up by news agency MAP. "Morocco reaffirms its recognition of the Transitional National Council as the sole and legitimate representative of the Libyan people and their aspirations for a carrier of a better future based on fairness, justice, democracy and the rule of law," the text says.

Fasi Fihri added that "after the significant changes in Libya after control of most regions of Tripoli, it is necessary to initiate a swift and responsible power, away from vengeance and score-settling." The minister said that the CNT should take concrete actions to support and mobilize the international community, in order to preserve the unity and territorial integrity of Libya, to ensure reconciliation between the different components of society, to ensure security and stability of the country and allow reconstruction.

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