Libya after Qaddafi: learning to live without violence
CWN - June 05, 2012
Libyans must learn to resolve political differences without violence, says the apostolic vicar of Tripoli.
Bishop Giovanni Innocenzo Martinelli, speaking to the Fides news service after a series of clashes between government troops and militia groups, said after the fall of the Qaddafi regime the country is undergoing “continuous training to learn how to dialogue.” He observed that “dialogue is reached by abandoning weapons.”
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