Libyan Cloud News Agency – Tripoli
The National Council for Public Freedoms and Human Rights organized on Thursday a celebration in Tripoli to mark Human Rights Day, which falls on December 10 of each year.
The President and members of the council, the Minister of Labor and Rehabilitation, representatives of UNICEF, members of Parliament and human rights activists and organizations attended the celebration.
The ceremony included a visual presentation of the council’s 2020 report and its outputs.
A member of the council, Ruwaida Al-Rajhi, told the Libyan Cloud News Agency that the council issued a set of recommendations, including a request for all state institutions to unify efforts and develop a solution to the security deterioration, and to lay down a firm road map that will build the institutions of the state.
The recommendations also included a call to accelerate the investigation of perpetrators of war crimes and violators of public freedoms, embodying the principles of equality before the law and ending the policy of impunity.
Al-Rajhi called on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to be more firm in its dealings with international organizations, and to respect international human rights.