Ihya Libya

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Ihya Libya

إحياء ليبيا
LeaderAref Ali Nayed
Founded24 August 2017 (2017-08-24)
IdeologyLiberal democracy[1]
Constitutionalism[2]
Decentralisation
Civic nationalism
Liberalism
Political positionCentre to centre-right
House of Representatives
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Website
https://www.ihyalibya.com/lv/

Ihya Libya (English: Reviving Libya) is a political party in Libya which was founded on 24 August 2017 by Aref Ali Nayed.[3] Its stated aim is to create a "stable, democratic and prosperous country".[3] After being launched, the movement became dormant, before being re-launched on 20 August 2018, when Aref Nayed announced his candidacy for the 2019 Libyan general election.[4]

The movement is centered around "four pillars", which are key reforms and developments it believes are necessary to create a stable Libya by 2023. These include:[4]

  • peace, security and the rule of law
  • economic development
  • human development
  • governance and public sector reform

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Aref Nayed launches new movement for change in Libya". Libya Herald. Retrieved 2 April 2019. its aim, he says, is to create a stable, democratic and prosperous country.
  2. ^ "Aref Nayed re-launches Ihya movement and announces his candidacy for Libya's forthcoming elections". Libya Herald. Retrieved 2 April 2019. The immediate objective of the movement is to concentrate on key reforms and developments needed over the next six years. These comprise what Ihya Libya calls four "pillars": peace, security and the rule of law
  3. ^ a b "Aref Nayed launches new movement for change in Libya". Libya Herald. Retrieved 29 December 2018.
  4. ^ a b "Aref Nayed re-launches Ihya movement and announces his candidacy for Libya's forthcoming elections". Libya Herald. Retrieved 29 December 2018.