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South African President Jacob Zuma said Sunday the UN resolution used by NATO to justify its bombing in Libya doesn't allow “regime change or political assassination” of Muammar Gaddafi.
“The continuing bombing by NATO and its allies is a concern that has been raised by our committee and by the AU Assembly, because the intention of Resolution 1973 was to protect the Libyan people and facilitate the humanitarian effort,” Zuma said.
“The intention was not to authorise a campaign for regime change or political assassination,” he said in opening talks of the African Union panel on Libya, according to a text of the speech provided to AFP. - Sapa-AFP
instead of zuma helping gaddafi he should use the un mandate to save the people of syria. If honesty about the un mandate is his interest, then protecting the mad dog should be his last concern
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