The Iraq scenario is repeated in Libya

March 20, 2011 at 3:56 pm | Posted in Turkmens | Leave a comment
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The Iraq scenario is repeated in Libya
 
20 March 2011, Sunday
 

The green light was given to a draft resolution to dispatch military forces to Libya to support the insurgents.

Ertuğrul Cesur/ Ankara

Step by step Libya is the road to becoming another Iraq. The United Nations Security Council(UNSC) has accepted a draft resolution to dispatch military forces to Libya to support the insurgents. The resolution, which foresees the establishment of no-fly zone over Libya, shall aggravate the measures taken against the Kaddafi regime. It is feared that the Council resolution will re-enact the scenario that was staged previously in Iraq. What is remarkable is the fact that although member countries are bound by the resolution, the parties who are The green light was given to draft against a foreign interventionain the country have repeatedly requested the parties in Libya resolution to dispatch military to “come to an understanding”.forces to Libya to support the insurgents.

Iraqi Turkmen Front Turkey Representative Hicran Kazancı spoke to Yeni Akit: “An Intervention shall not bring Democracy but Disaster ” and continued by drawing attention to the events in 2001 to the Iraq intervention process and said that this was a continuation to the U.S. project to re-arrange the borders and change the regimes of 22 countries in the Middle East and North Africa. Hicran Kazancı said that it was up to the Libyan people to decide on their future and that, “The example of Iraq shows clearly that it impossible to import democracy into a country. The U.S. and its allies came with the promise of democracy and turned the country inside out. The desired stability has not been achieved since 2003. Iraq does not still have basic services. Electricity is provided 1-2 hours per day and there is no clean water. The country has become the reckoning arena for the super powers. According to some statistics, the number of widows is 4 million, while the number of orphans is over 5 million. When normalization shall happen is unknown. However, after the fall of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, if these dictator regimes had carried out serious and realist reforms, they could have prevented the intervention of outside forces.

Yeni Akit

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