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After liberation, elections and security top priorities in Libya – UN official

New York, 26 October 2011 – The United Nations remains committed to supporting Libyans as they build a new framework for their country, a top UN official said today, stressing that transitional authorities should act swiftly to respond to the North African nation's most pressing needs, such as organizing an electoral process and establishing public security.

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Briefing by Mr. Ian Martin SRSG for Libya to the Security Council

New York, 26 October 2011: Last Sunday, I had the great privilege of representing the Secretary-General at Libya’s Declaration of Liberation in Benghazi, the city where the popular movement had begun on February 17 this year. A peaceful movement, sparked on that day by the demand of families to know the fate of their loved ones who had disappeared in a notorious prison massacre, was met with lethal repression, and civilians across Libya took up arms in a revolution to end decades of denial of political freedoms and human rights, corruption and social inequality.

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Video: The situation in Libya: Security Council Meeting with briefing by SRSG Mr. Ian Martin

New York. United Nations Webcast - 26 October 2011

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United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) Press Release

Libya, Sirte, 24 October 2011: The United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator Mr. Georg Charpentier was in Sirte today, opening the way for the joint technical assessment missions to that city and to Bani Walid that will be completed in the next two days.

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