ICC Prosecutor calls for more action in Libya
The Prosecutor of the UN-backed International Criminal Court (ICC) is calling on the international community to consider the challenges and needs of Libya, especially on issues of justice and accountability.
Speaking to the Security Council on Tuesday, Fatou Bensouda shared the Court’s latest report on the North African country, which underlined the deteriorating security conditions.
In 2011, Libya’s situation was referred to the ICC Prosecutor to investigate alleged crimes linked with the political upheaval.
Cristina Silveiro spoke with Ms Bensouda and asked about her main message to the Council.