United Nations investigators say safety forces and armed militia teams in Libya have dedicated a variety of conflict crimes.
United Nations investigators say safety forces and armed militia teams in Libya have dedicated a variety of conflict crimes and crimes in opposition to humanity.
They are saying they’ve proof of abuses carried out in opposition to Libyans and migrants stranded within the nation.
Commissioned by the UN Human Rights Council, the panel additionally accused the European Union (EU) of “aiding and abetting” abuses by sending help to Libyan forces.
So how can such abuses be prevented from occurring once more?
Presenter: Nick Clark
Salah Al Bakkoush – Political analyst and former senior adviser to the Negotiating Workforce of the Excessive Council of States (Libya)
Julien Hoez – EU overseas coverage analyst and editor of The French Dispatch
Anas El Gomati – Founder and director of the Sadeq Institute