Libyan elites have stumbled over the lack of democratic diversity

Many Libyan elites have stood on the sidelines of political fanaticism away from the move towards democratic diversity.

They believe that the Libyan society has lost the path of change in a process that transcends assimilation and theorization of the current stage of the country.

The Libyan revolution was carried out by the Libyan people and was not accomplished by the Libyan elites. Consequently, the Libyan revolution was a revolution of the Libyan people and not a coup.

Therefore, when the revolution started, it started from the city of Benghazi - Libya, without the leadership of the elites, but to be led and driven to spread the aspiration of the popular enthusiasm to all the streets, cities and villages of Libya.

It started to transform and move stagnant water into pure water; it paid and continues to pay for all Libyans, at the cost of the Glorious Libyan Popular Revolution, whose repercussions are seen in very street, city, village and wherever we go in the country sightseeing.

But what lead the Libyan state today is not the Libyan popular who achieved the Libyan People's Revolution, as we imagine in our intellectual fantasies, but they are the Libyan elites restrained on the sidelines of political intolerance, which does not lead to national democratic diversity.

The political alternative was clear with the Libyan revolution in the movement of change and the Libyan national political reform, which includes not only political elites but also a change in the status of the one who was deprived politically, economically and socially at the Libyan political national aspiration.

It is clear to us that the transition based on the outputs of the correct national dialogue is absent from the Libyan political elites, which are struggling to establish the correct reforms and return to the Libyan authority to the origins of the Libyan national constitution, which sets out the powers of the Libyan sovereign state.

It is the Libyan people's that demands of the Libyan elites to move quickly towards change and reform and to come out of the Libyan popular revolution of political gray area that does not know where to turn when there is the ambiguity in the Libyan national dialogue.

The Libyan revolution needs a conscious Libyan awareness and mature political elites so that the Libyan revolution does not flare once again, and the flare of Libyan Revolution may destroy the green land and destroy the process of correction.

Once again the failure of the political elites based on the Libyan political scene,

Today's elites are wasting their proper way in running the Libyan state and soon the elites will find themselves lagging behind the political guidance of Libya's democratic diversity.

Witten by Ramzi Halim Mavrakis

Libyan Businessman a resident in the United States.