The head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), Ghassan Salame said he wanted to help Libyans make the right decisions to start the process of rebuilding the country.
Salame said in an interview with Emile magazine that rebuilding the country and making things better in Libya would take at least a generation.
The UN special envoy to Libya pointed to the need to establish a public accounting system, a system for the redistribution of oil revenues, the restructuring of a national army and the construction of an “effective” education system to help establish the state.
Salame said he does not intend to install a new dictator in Libya, adding that the country “exploded to 1000 pieces”, because of external interference that ended the dictatorship, he said.
The head of the Presidential Council (PC), Faiz Al-Sarraj agreed on Saturday with the head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, Ghassan Salama and his deputy for political affairs, Stephanie Williams on the need to commit to holding parliamentary and presidential elections on a sound constitutional basis to end the transitional stages.