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Leaked-UN-Plan-for-Post-Gadhafi-Libya.pdf (file size: 604 KB, MIME type: application/pdf)
United Nations post-conflict deployment to Libya
- The Consolidated Report of the Integrated pre-assessment Process for libya Post-Conflict Planning (attached) which is the outcome of a process involving Secretariat departments and offices and UN agencies funds and programmes, together with the World Bank and the International Organization for Migration, Identifies key post-conflict risks, challenges and priorities (p,30-39) and principles on the basis of which multi-dimensional UN engagement in libya should be designed (p.40-41). This note sets out proposals which have been and are continuing to be developed for UN post-conflict deployment to Libya. In order to respond rapidly to requests from Libyan transitional authorities for UN assistance in addressing these priorities.
- A concept has been developed for an integrated advance political mission to be recommended to and mandated by the Security Council soon as developments, including consultations with Libyan transitional authorities, make this appropriate, The mission would be under the authority of an SRSG and with a deputy SRSG/RC and mandated for an initial three months. The mission would comprise senior staff able to offer immediate advice to transitional authorities while discussing with them the areas in which they may desire further UN support...
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An internal UN memo on the plan for UN involvement in 'post-conflict' Libya. It was obtained and first published by Innercitypress.com on 29 August 2011. Its authenticity is not verified but its contents indicate that it probably is a genuine UN document. +