Sunday, July 10, 2011

South African President criticizes Western intervention in Libya

President of South Africa Jacob Zuma

Criticized the President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, the Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi to use violence against demonstrators, and called for the regime in Tripoli to take into account the pro-democracy.

Zuma also criticized Western military intervention in Libya, where he said that developed countries did not take the diplomatic efforts of the African Union seriously. And that in a statement published today in the Journal of Cairo Review of International Affairs.

Zuma added that the right of peoples to demand a just system of government. If people want change, you must listen to them not to confront them with violence.

Comments came Zuma before his second visit to Tripoli on the thirty first of May to hold talks with Gaddafi about the crisis, Libya, where he is a member of the Supreme Committee for like the Libyan African Union, which presented a plan for a cease-fire, and the national dialogue, and democratic transformation.

Zuma and demanded an end to the dominance of the western United Nations Security Council, and the International Monetary Fund and World Bank. "World system is unbalanced. International organizations were founded in the forties of the last century. And must be international representation by now different.

He added that Zuma, through his country's recent accession to the Group of BRICS, which includes Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, his country will work to push for a balanced international system, especially the BRICS has become a defender of votes for this trend. He works to deepen relations with China, one of the members of the group, as China surpassed the United States as a trading partner for South Africa

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