Ban Libyan Arab League

Ban Libyan Arab League - Organization of Arab countries (Arab League) suspend the membership of Libya, following the brutal repression of regime Muammar Gaddafi told the demonstrators. Suspension will be until Gaddafi meet the demands of the demonstrators and create stability in the country.

According to news station Al Jazeera, Wednesday, February 23, 2011, suspension of membership of Libya's decision came after the Arab League called an emergency meeting in Cairo, Egypt, concerning the current situation in Libya on Tuesday, February 22, 2011.

"The Arab League decided to discontinue the participation of Libya in a meeting at the Arab League and all entities associated with it, until the Libyan government to meet the demands and ensure the security and stability of its people," the statement read by Arab League Secretary-General of the Arab League, Amr Moussa.

In March, the Arab League also will hold a meeting to review the membership of Libya. They will decide whether Libya had fulfilled its commitment to the Arab League charter that binds all its members.

"Ambition Arab people for freedom and democratic reform, development and justice are legitimate and should be respected," said the statement again.

Earlier on Sunday, February 20, 2011, Libya's representative to the Arab League, Abdel-Moneim al-Honi decided to resign from office. The resignation of al-Honi followed by a mass resignation of top officials of government and Libyan diplomats.

Among those resigning was the Libyan ambassador to Indonesia, Salaheddin Mohamed Ibrahim El Bishari. They are compact stance against Gaddafi who ordered the violence against the demonstrators. Reportedly, hundreds of demonstrators were killed, battered by the authorities.

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