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  • Colonel Muamar Gadafi

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    Aug 30

    Soon everything will be back to normal. I am sure, I am sure that all Libyans are going to have a better life, he adds while invited this correspondent to share the meal in her middle-class home. Aware that the restoration of essential services is the first battle that must win if it wants to ensure the success of the revolution, the Libyan transitional authority has created neighborhood brigades to maintain security in neighborhoods and clean streets, cluttered garbage. Dressed in orange vests, men items were visible in numerous corners of Tripoli filling containers and Broom in hand. The objective that in a period not exceeding two weeks running water and electricity may not be a luxury, the streets reluzcan and bustle back to parks, promenade, schools and shopping streets.

    To that task have begun to join also the various UN whose officials are already visible in a country that until now was almost isolated and unusual to the presence of so many foreigners in the street. Both the world food programme and the UN Agency for aid to refugees (UNHCR) already operating in various parts of the capital. Both have taken charge of assistance to the thousands of mostly sub-Saharan immigrants who have been trapped and helpless in the country. Most of them (and in particular those of black race) are still very afraid of going outside, since they fear that militias to arrest them and accuse them of being former mercenaries in the pay of the former strong man of the country, Colonel Muamar Gadafi. Their situation, however, is very complex, since it is a very heterogeneous group. We have found all nationalities from Africa and all conditions.

    There are from people who have spent years here as legal workers to undocumented that trying to embark on clandestine ships heading to Europe, explains a member of UNHCR. The goal is to those who worked reused by their jobs as soon as possible, since they were one of the main labour forces of the country in sectors, such as construction and services in times of Gaddafi added. The problem is what to do with illegal immigrants. Most of them do not want to return to their countries of origin, and do not want to stay in Libya, he adds.

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