In light of the Libyan Constitutional Declaration 2011
التنظيم التشريعي لتنفيذ المعاهدة الدولية في القانون الليبي –
في ضوء الإعلان الدستوري الليبي 2011
The implementation of the international treaty in international law is the final commitment to the treaty based on the rule of the contract, the law of the contracting parties, and the fulfillment of its provisions in good faith as an expression of the will of its parties when it was concluded, and thus the treaty becomes part of the internal legal system, as mentioned in Article 26 of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties of 1969, and implementation is carried out Treaty in national law by entering the treaty into the internal legal system of the state’s parties to it, so that it is part of it and so that its provisions are binding on the organs and institutions of the contracting state as a national legal act like the rest of the laws and regulations in force in it, and not as a mere international legal act that is disconnected from national law and not concerned with it. In order for the international treaty to become a source of legitimacy in the internal legal system of the state, it must take into account the constitutional limits, by taking into account the constitutional rules of the state, and not violating the rules and provisions stipulated in the constitution.
Keywords: Constitutional Declaration, Libya, International Treaty, Libyan Parliament, Libyan practice.
Othman Omar ABOKHRES, Lecturer, PhD in Public Law, Faculty of Sharia and Law, Al- Asmarya Islamic University, Zliten – LIBYA