Tripoli, December 25, 2012 - (MAP)
Tripoli, December 25, 2012 – (MAP)
Libya is very interested in the Moroccan experience in the field of transitional justice, one of the richest in the Arab and Islamic world, said first vice speaker of the Libyan General National Congress, Jomaa Atika.
“Morocco has a pioneering experience in the area of transitional justice, which enabled it, through justice and reconciliation mechanisms, to establish a balance in society and erase the legacy of the past,” Atika told MAP on the sidelines of an international conference on “transitional justice experiences in Arab Spring countries,” which ended on Monday in Tripoli.
He also praised Morocco’s readiness for bilateral cooperation in this area, pointing out that exchange of visits between associations, politicians and MPs will take place.
“Morocco, which has a rich ethnic and cultural mosaic founded within a united national framework, is an example of a society that recognizes the right to difference, which can only be strong and prosperous.”