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    • 27.02.11 | 19:24 (IST)

    I have a problem with the latest US-led UN sanctions: 1. If there is a travel ban against Gadhafi, how can he give up his rule and leave his country? 2. If referral to the ICC is a certainty, what motivation does Gadhafi have to give up his rule? After all, his only chance of being out of prison is to remain a dictator in Libya!/ I think the SC needs to do some more thinking before they impose these sanction. Gadhafi should be given a deadline to leave the country where, if he agrees, there will be no ICC referral. He wouldn't get immunity, because the new Libyan regime will be able to pursue him. Why is it sp hard for some people to think straight?

    from the article: Clinton: U.S. is reaching out to anti-Gadhafi Libya opposition
    First published 19:06 27.02.11 | Last updated 19:06 27.02.11
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