April 20, 2006
The American Libyan Freedom Alliance (ALFA) will be holding a conference on the constitution of Libya in Washington D.C. on June 23 & 24 of this year. The goal of the conference is to mobilize Libyans around the issue of the constitution, and draw the world’s attention to the absence of a constitution in Libya under the dictatorial regime of Ghadafi since his military coup on September 1, 1969.
The first day of the conference will feature English language speakers including dignitary from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, as well as Libyan and Libyan American academics and experts. The second day of the program will feature speakers in Arabic to include Libyan and Libyan American academics and experts who will be addressing issues relating to the constitution, and the lack of constitutional legitimacy in Libya from a variety of angles.
ALFA would like to extend an invitation to attend the conference to all people who are concerned with the Libyan issue, particularly those in the United States, including academics, experts, and specialists in Libyan and Middle-Eastern studies, as well as policy makers, journalists, and others. The conference will be held at the U.S. Congress. In order to guarantee a seating at the conference, please RSVP no later than May 15, by contacting ALFA at the following e-mail address:
The American Libyan Freedom Alliance