Gaddafi is ready to give up Libya in exchange for security

Gaddafi is ready to give up Libya in exchange for securityThe national leader of Libya, Muammar Gaddafi, is ready to leave all leadership positions, provided that he and his family are provided with security guarantees. This was reported by the Arab newspaper Al-Shark al-Ausat, in its today's issue. As is known, the son of the colonel, Seif al-Islam Gaddafi, leads the work of a group of officials from the government of Libya, who are developing a scenario for resolving the crisis that has developed in the country. According to the source of the Arabic edition, this scenario provides, among other things, Gaddafi’s safe and worthy refusal of all official posts.


The publication of the newspaper Al-Shark al-Ausat states that, despite the numerous official statements of Gaddafi himself and his closest associates, refuting the very possibility of leaving the National Libyan leader from politics, these issues are discussed. "Gaddafi is interested in a decent departure from power, which would exclude the prosecution of any of his family members and closest aides," says an anonymous newspaper source. At the same time, the newspaper indicates that there is no agreement on this issue within the family and Gaddafi’s inner circle.

Recall that Russia, like some other countries, on the eve officially recognized the National Transitional Council of the Libyan opposition forces as a legitimate party for negotiations to resolve the crisis. President Dmitry Medvedev, during his participation in the summit of the G8 heads of state, also publicly denied legitimacy to the Libyan National Leader and offered Russia's mediation in resolving the conflict between Gaddafi and the Libyan opposition. In Libya, currently the Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation in Africa, Senator Mikhail Margelov is already working.
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  1. Escander
    Escander 30 May 2011 12: 42 New
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    And what "leadership posts" to refuse? He does not have them.
    He is a national leader (well, this is the "leader" - in our opinion).
  2. PSih2097 30 May 2011 16: 41 New
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    No, he’s there like a comrade “Mao”, although he looks more like a duck, the rebels ran out of steam, the Amers also didn’t get high off the coast of Libya, the Caucasians started to moan, why should he leave?
  3. cabin boy
    cabin boy 30 May 2011 17: 45 New
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    "Founded in 1978 in London, the first issue was published on July 4, 1978.
    Al-Sharq Al-Ausat (Middle East) - an international daily newspaper in Arabic; one of the most respected Arab publications.
    The newspaper is published in London, Marseille, New York, Frankfurt, Casablanca, Cairo, Dubai and Beirut, as well as in Saudi Arabia - Riyadh, Jeddah and Dhran.
    The founder of the newspaper is Hashim Ali Hafez (died in 2006), a citizen of Saudi Arabia.
    The editor-in-chief of Al-Sharq Al-Ausat is Tariq Al-Humeyd.
    The newspaper is part of the largest publishing and financial holding in the Middle East - the Saudi research and marketing group. The leading position in the list of its owners is occupied by the family of Prince Ahmed bin Salman, who owns more than 30% of the shares.
    Al-Sharq Al-Ausat is chaired by the Governing Council. Its composition almost completely repeats the composition of the Administrative Council of the Saudi Research and Marketing Group, headed by Prince Faisal bin Salman. The only difference between the Governing Council of the newspaper and the Governing Body of the issuing holding of the newspaper is that there is a brother of the founder of the newspaper, Hashim Ali Hafez, Mohammed Ali Hafez.
    http://ria.ru/media/20091102/191667305.html

    They have been dreaming there in London for a long time that Gaddafi draped into Venezuela, and he does not drape and do not drape.
  4. mitrich
    mitrich 30 May 2011 18: 35 New
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    Maybe take him out with his family to the city of Makhachkala with the condition that he build something necessary for his "grandmothers" in Dagestan? Moreover, they also often shoot there, so the leader of the Libyan Jamahiriya will feel almost at home. And it smells of oil from the Caspian. How, DAGESTAN333, will you receive an expensive (literally) guest?
    1. DAGESTAN333 1 June 2011 15: 50 New
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      Someone will accept as a "dear" guest, and someone will accept as a person.
  5. Rashid 30 May 2011 21: 40 New
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    Tired of hauling ducklings! Why for all the time of the Libyan war there is not a single report from Tripoli. On the website of the newspaper "Vzglyad" there is a good article by an African professor, I don’t remember what is called. It gives a clear analysis of the situation. It’s just a shame for our president, who rushed to settle the conflict in favor of the “peacekeepers” who were at a standstill without setting the basic condition: “Stop the bombing!” And how could a lawyer say that Gaddafi has lost legitimacy, what a silly expression. Very ashamed of our power.
  6. PSih2097 31 May 2011 22: 05 New
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    Gaddafi’s legitimacy will never be lost, because he wasn’t elected, he came to power as a result of the coup, Medvedev is not a lawyer, but YURIZD.