15. Conference participants emphasized the importance of enhancing stabilization during the transition period, through the implementation of programmes for revolutionary fighters. The Libyan Government undertook to implement a nationally coordinated approach to integrate revolutionary fighters into security forces or support their reintegration into civilian life.
16. To enhance the rule of law and justice sector, the Libyan Government has identified its main priorities. These include: i) building judicial capacity, competence, independence, coordination and training; ii) undertaking a review of relevant legislation; iii) building prosecutorial and criminal investigative capacity; iv) reforming the Libyan prison system; vi) strengthening the coordination between the military and civilian justice systems; vii) promoting transitional justice through truth-seeking processes and national reconciliation, in addition to locating and identifying missing persons; and viii) building state institutions that respect and promote human rights, as well as a vibrant civil society.
17. Conference participants recognised the need to ensure that the justice system in Libya is fully functioning in line with international standards. They underlined the urgent need for the adoption of effective legislation, such as the draft Transitional Justice Law, and the implementation of the required procedures to further the reconciliation process. The international participants welcomed the Libyan Government’s commitment to tackle all human rights violations that occurred under the former regime as well during and after the armed conflict.
18. Conference participants welcomed the commitment made by the Government of Libya and the steps it has since taken to bring all detention centres under government control and to ensure access to justice for the large number of detainees held. The international support aims at enhancing the implementation of international human rights and rule of law standards, especially in relation to treatment in detention, legality of detention, and the rights of accused persons to expeditious and fair trials.
19. At the end of its deliberations, the International Ministerial Conference adopted the two attached Plans, namely the National Security Development Plan, and the Justice and Rule of Law Development Plan for implementation by the competent authorities of the Libyan Government, and with the assistance and full support of the international partners representing governments, international and regional organizations.
20. The Conference participants welcomed the Italian offer to convene the next ministerial meeting in due time with Libya and in coordination with all relevant international actors.