The American Kafir

2011/03/31

Libya: South Africa Rejects Foreign-Led Regime Change

Filed under: European Union, Libya, United Nations — Tags: — - @ 9:14 am

Source Stratfor

South Africa on March 31 rejected calls to help drive Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi from power, saying the military campaign in the country should be limited to enforcing the U.N.-sanctioned no-fly zone, AFP reported. How Libya should be governed is an issue for the people therein, rather than foreign powers, to decide, which is why South Africa rejects the doctrine of regime change, a South African Foreign Ministry spokesman said. The South African government also recognizes the legitimate demands of the Libyan people for reform and democracy, the spokesman added.

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