When the U.S. will finally admit that it lied about the deaths of the Libyan civilians
9newsinternational.com title U.N. official: Libya was ‘terribly’ mistreated by Gaddafi regime article The United Nations has issued a report saying that the Libyan people’s suffering was “terribly” overstated and “incredibly” unjustified by the West in the months leading up to the 2011 uprising that toppled dictator Muammar Gaddafi.
In its latest assessment, the U,N.
Human Rights Council said the Libyan military and the national security forces “disregarded” their responsibilities and used excessive force against unarmed civilians.
The report, which was issued by a team of six independent experts on Libya, also says the U.,N.
did not provide “adequate” and “impartial” information on Libya’s role in the 2011 rebellion.
The panel of five experts from the United States, Italy, France and the United Kingdom reviewed the Libyan response to the uprising.
It concluded that the government of Libyan dictator Muhammed Gadhafi was “extremely incompetent” and that its forces “perpetrated, often directly, abuses against civilians.”
The panel also said the “inconsistencies” in the report “make it impossible to make a definitive determination” on whether Libya was responsible for the deaths.
“There was a large number of allegations and allegations of gross human rights violations,” the report said.
“While these allegations and accusations are clearly the subject of extensive and ongoing investigations, they cannot be used to determine the responsibility of the Government of Libya for the alleged abuses.”
The Libyan government has repeatedly denied responsibility for the violence.
The U.K.-based Institute for the Study of War, which has worked extensively on the Libya situation, said the report’s findings “reflect a lack of credibility on the part of the U