As rebels on Tuesday fought battles around Libyan leader Muammar el-Qaddafi’s headquarters in Tripoli, the Indonesian government said the fall of the regime would mark the end of an era of state violence against civilians in the north African nation.
Hailing the choice made by the people of Libya, Foreign Affairs Minister Marty Natalegawa said they should be allowed to decide on their own future.
“[We] call on the international community, notably the United Nations, to be more proactive in creating a situation conducive to the political process that is taking place,” he said in a statement.
“the fall of the regime would mark the end of an era of state violence against civilians in the north African nation”. What a funny statement! Did the minister observe what treatment innocent Ahamdies get in Indonesia. Double standards every where.
‘United Nations’? The UN is a (very expensive) paper tiger…