The World Organization Against Corruption has blamed the United Nations Support Mission in Libya and its head, Bernardino Leon, for the incompletion of the political agreement in Libya.
“The organization believes that the House of Representatives (HoR) didn’t approve the Government of National Accord (GNA) due to legal breaches, and UNSMIL’s violations of what was signed in Skhirat”; the organization said in a statement, issued on Wednesday.
The statement called for the UNSMIL to respect all international and Libyan laws, and undertake the outputs of the talks and what was signed in Skhirat. It also encouraged all Libyan parties to use dialogue to settle disputes, and expressed support for the Government of National Accord that represents all Libyan spectrum.
The organization issued its statement after a meeting tackled several cases in Middle East countries including Libya, Yemen, Syria, and Iraq.
The organization called the UN to commit to its decision of protecting civilians in Libyan and helping legitimate parties in fighting terrorism, and called the European Union to respect the sovereignty of the Libyan state. It also affirmed that tackling illegal migration happens in the source state not transit states.
The organization demonstrated intentions to investigate corruption allegations in Libya Central Bank. It demanded the Security Council not to issue any decision concerning the Libyan funds until Libya achieves stability and the constitution is issued.