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With the participation of Al-Lafi: The University of Tripoli hosts a symposium on the strategic vision of the National Reconciliation Project to achieve community ownership.

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Tripoli, July 31, 2022 (LANA) - The University of Tripoli organized this Sunday morning a symposium sponsored by the Presidential Council, with the participation of the National Planning Council, and the Center for Law and Society Studies at the University of Benghazi, in the presence of the Deputy of the Presidential Council, "Abdullah Al-Lafi" and the participation of the African Union envoy for the Libyan file. Muhammad Al-Labbad, the presidents of the universities of Tripoli - Al-Jaffara, the Open University, the president of the Libyan Academy, the deans of the faculties, the university’s faculty members, the deans of the municipalities of Tripoli and Al-Jaffara, a number of dignitaries and sheikhs, and community activists in Tripoli and Al-Jaffara.

In his speech at the symposium, the Presidential Representative, Abdullah Al-Lafi, stressed the importance of the reconciliation project, which the Presidential Council set as one of its first concerns, for its contribution to achieving peace, and establishing it on a solid foundation, by gathering elites from academics, people of experience and people of wisdom, to benefit from their experience, and dialogue with them in a number of tracks, to develop a clear strategic vision with legislation, enabling it to perform its tasks to achieve its goals.

He explained that his presence today at the University of Tripoli with the elites and academic standing, to review the strategic vision proposal prepared by experts in the National Planning Council and the Center for Law and Society Studies at the University of Benghazi, to put notes on the project under study and attention, declaring to the audience that the national reconciliation project is the property of all Libyans, It is supervised by the Presidential Council in cooperation with experts specialized in many fields from state institutions, and those with previous experiences in reconciliation in order to stabilize Libya, so that its people can live in peace.

The participants in the symposium stressed the need to benefit from the countries that preceded us in this field, in reference to Algeria, Rwanda, and South Africa, and the experience of reconciliation in the cities of Misurata and Tawergha, stressing that there is no stability for Libya without social reconciliation, in which there is a sincere national will to get out of the current crisis. .

  The participants in the symposium considered that national reconciliation is reparation for harm, general amnesty and distance from regionalism, the return of the displaced and displaced to their homes and regions, the reduction of hate speech, and the call for reconciliation and national harmony.