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Jacob Sullivan Email Pages 9-10

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UNCLASSIFIED
U.S. Department State
Case No. F-2015-04841
Doc No. C05739882
Date: 05/13/2015
From:
sent:
STATE DEPT. PRODUCED HOUSE SELECT BENGHAZI COMM.
SUBJECT AGREEMENT SENSITIVE INFORMATION REDACTIONS. FOIA WAIVER.
RELEASE
FULL 
Silturday. JUly 201~ :20
To:
sul/ivanjj@state.gov
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Another report-SOURCE: Sources with direct access the Ubyan National Transitional Council, wen the highest levels
European Governments, and WeStern Intelligence and security servites. the momfng July Individual with acee. the Information stated confidence that lit>van National
Transitional COuncil (NTC) President Mustafa Abdel JatH remains committed to. transfer powertQa PQPularly elected
government; however.. prepared extend the life oftbe NTC ~uaraJitot stabllltyfor the libYan people
foriowing the Jury 2012 election for seatS iii 200-member General NatiOnal ColIgtess(GNC). Jalll reaUzes that 2.7
million Libyans have registered vote and are generally anxious replace the increasinglv unpopular NTC, That said,
lalilexpects the voting lead period contusion and will not abandon his authority until too results are fixed. Jalil also frustrated byth:e tact that during its eignt mollth tenure the admini!;tratian Prime Mirdst:er Abdel
Rahman el-Kelb who was appointed the NTC .... was uncible prollide solutions for Ubyas long list needs:
functioning justice system, reconciliation process for officials who served the old administration, the disarm lng
mUftia, bUilding functional national security forces, rebUilding deStroyed areas, .and delivering basic services such
healtbcare. the same timet outside the oil sector;. much Libyas economy stagnant; and the opinion Western
security offiCials, lacks the governments go-ahead restart public sector infrastructure contracts. addition,
internationai advisers and foreign investors are reluctant return .environment where the government will not
sign long term agreements and cannot gua rantee security. (Source Comment: According extremely sensitive source, Ja/fl continues believe that this chaotic situation
shoufdnot surprisIng. regularly polnwout that eight months jsnQt sufficient amount time ~()l;iufld tun~ioning
institutions from the remnants the regime former dictator,Muammaral Uaddafi. The old regiine featu red
dysfu netional hureaucracy; idiosyncratic rule; and anti-institutionalism. Addltmnally, J~1iI now reali~es th~t due
pronounced Incompetence and lac;k will take unpopular decisiOns the eH{eib government als() failed ma~e
progress the few areas where could have achieved. rnesningfolc:hange; The towns Sirte and Tawargha are
representative the situation the countryside where people lost thejrhomes tile conflict and halle bef;!rl living
temporary camps with Ijm !ted ability register and vo~e thf!ir hom~ district. Jalil has been urged cpntaGi;S the
Frencl1 and Italian Govemm~nts guanmtee the rights ofpeop~ across the country. l.n paliir;ular, haS serious
concems whether not supporters former dictator Muammar o.ad~afi his hometown Sirte will
induded the ~ture poHtical process~ the new lihya; they are .not alloWed tpVQte local rnHltiam.en. Attlie
same tim(:!, the fighting between Libyan Arabs alldTe~ tribesmen tbe Kufra area threatens prevent any voting
there.JaliJ has been w~med that the NTC regulations riQW state that members ofthe National Army are not allowed
vote run for offJce, which disincentive for armed militia brigade members be.cOme legitimate soldiers.) This welllnformedindividval believes that despite these flaWs, the newgoveminent created the july election will
eventu have the m~nc;late take the difficult decisions that can Cteate reconciliatIOn process. Jalil will work
maintaIn Qrder this transition period, and finally rea.ch his goal creating situation where the government can
rebuild nome.> and restore sufficient law and order; allowing those Sirte, Tawargha, Kufra, and throughout the rest
the country live their hometowns; establishIng situation where true civil society Can develop.
UNCLASSIFIED
U.S. Department State
Case No. F-2015-04841
Doc C05739882
Date: 05/13/2015
STATE DEPT. PRODUCED HOUSE SELECT BENGHAZI COMM.
SUBJECT AGREEMENT SENSITIVE INFORMATION REDACTIONS. FOIA WAIVER.
STATE-SCB0045193
UNCLASSIFIED
U.S. Department State
Case No. F-2015-04841
Doc No. C05739882
Date: 05/13/2015
STATE DEPT. PRODUCED HOUSE SELECT BENGHAZI COMM.
SUBJECT AGREEMENT SENSITIVE INFORMATION REDACTIONS FOIA WAIVER. JaW, conversations with the leaders the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), and separately with liberal leader Ali
Tarhouni, has acknowledged that the central g.overnments top priority must security and that the NTC has been
unable t;o provide it. That said. ,Jalil and Minister Defense Ousama al-Juwali have pledg~ pto(id~ 3Gj OOO to: 40,000
securrty personnel for ele~ion daY prevent similar incidents the July attack Benghazis election headquarters, th.;it case eastem fe(lerali,sts entered the bt.!ilding, where ballot papers w~e burned and ballot boxes destroyecf,
Similarly. these federalist forces are suspected the attack July that burned down Ajdabiyas main stora8e centre
ft>r election materials. the opin.ion this individual, although thos.e responsible for the Benghazi attack wer.~ prQ-federalfst, has. not
been proven that they Were Inemb~r$ the lf-:appointed Cyrenaican National Council (eNC), whose military arm set aioadblock Wadi al-Ahtnaroll Ubyas mi!jor-east-west highway demand that Cyr~tlalCa get many seats the
GNC iripolihillia~ thosfar,rieither the eNG not any other groUp has publicly stated that they intend useiiiolel1te
disrupt the elections. {Note: Under the current system Tripolitania will have 120 seats theGNC, Cyrenaica (Barqa) 62.,
and Fezza the South 18.}
UNCLASSIFIED
U.S. Department Stale
Case No. F-2015-04841
Doc C05739882
Date: 05/13/2015
STATE DEPT. PRODUCED HOUSE SELECT BENGHAZI COMM.
SUBJECT AGREEMENT SENSITIVE INFORMATION REDACTIONS. FOIA WAIVER.
STATE-SCB0045194