Democratic Party (Libya)
|The Democratic Party (Libya)|
|Slogan||Freedom and democracy for the Libyan people|
|Founded||14 July 2011|
|Preceded by||Libyan Freedom and Democracy Campaign|
|Politics of Libya
The Democratic Party in Libya is a political party launched by the Libyan Freedom and Democracy Campaign on 14 July 2011 to represent the aspirations of the Libyan people in post-Gaddafi and post-National Transitional Council elections.
DPL's doctrine is secularist and liberal one. It shares most of the policies of its predecessor, like supporting the National Transitional Council only as a useful expedient to help the transition to democracy, but noting that it does not have legal legitimacy, the transition to democracy in Libya to be overseen by a United Nations commission similar to the Adriaan Pelt commission at the end of World War II which oversaw the independence of Libya. The Party has pro-Zionist points like the recognition of Israel It also supports freedom of return for Libyan Jews. The Democratic Party also support the separation of religion and statehood, with Freedom of conscience and respect for all religions. as the best way to defeat radical Islam and Al-Qaeda.
- Ranj Alaaldin (31 July 2011). "Libya's Unraveling Opposition". The Wall Street Journal.
- Ahmed Shebani (18 March 2011). "Gaddafi is not the only potential dictator in Libya.".
- Ahmed Shebani (15 March 2011). "Calls for return of Adrian Pelt commission for Libya.".
- "The Democratic Party adheres to the policy of recognizing the state of Israel according to the Arab Peace Initiative that was presented to The Beirut Arab Summit by king Abdullah of Saudi Arabia and adopted by it. This policy of recognizing Israel follows the Turkish and Egyptian examples. The DP also adopts the two states solution which upholds the legitimate rights of the Palestinians" see
- Libyan Democratic Party (14 July 2011). "Press release on the establishment of the Democratic Party".
- "How to defeat Al-Qaida in Libya". Libyan Freedom and Democracy Campaign Web Site.