Madagascar on Libya
Topic: The Situation in Libya
Delegate: Alex Dukhan from Royal Oak High School
Ever since Madagascar’s independence as a nation, Madagascar has been as progressive as we see here in the west. Madagascar has universal suffrage, equity among citizens, and a general sense of egalitarianism in all of Madagascar’s ventures. That is why madagascar seeks to aid Libya in returning to a stable governmental ground, and in Libya’s struggle against terrorism and radical islamism.
Madagascar will be taking a progressive approach to this immense problem. With consequences on international scales, it is impossible to address everything and beget an accurate and helpful resolution, thus, Madagascar believes that a one-by-one approach can be successful.
Libya has, in its letter entitled, “Letter dated 5 April 2016 from the Permanent Representative of Libya to the United Nations addressed to the President of the Security Council,” shown an interest on the national and international scale in eradicating Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). Madagascar believes that through aid and support, Libya can accomplish this task. To stress that point however, aid and support will be necessary to flow to Libya from other international powers. Madagascar is willing to aid in this effort.
Furthermore, Libya has also began proceedings to unite governmental corporations and banks in an effort to remedy the economic crisis within their country. Madagascar believes that this should be given a hands-off approach. After all, this economic crisis is Libya’s to re-stabilize. We, as the world, need not meddle in their personal affairs, lest we mean to destabilize things even further.
In closing, Madagascar wishes to help our allies in assisting Libya’s reconstruction and remediation, and in the betterment of all that wish to do so.
- Alex Dukhan