Obama: Libya's future 'in the hands of its people'

Libya's future

As rebels celebrated in Tripoli, President Barack Obama declared Monday so as to Moammar Gadhafi's long rule is over, "The future of Libya is during the hands of its people," he said.Speaking from a borrowed vacation home on Martha's Vineyard, Obama heralded U.S. and international military efforts that help bring about the outcome other than with Gadhafi's precise whereabouts unknown, the president cautioned so as to uncertainty and threats remained.

Obama called on Gadhafi to surrender and end the bloodshed, and resting on the opposition to seek a just transition into an uncertain future,"The rights of all Libyans should be respected," he said, "True justice resolve not come from reprisals and violence it will come from reconciliation and a Libya that allows its citizens toward determine their own destiny."

The crumbling of Gadhafi's 42-year rule was being described through some analysts as vindication of Obama's much-criticized decision to limit U.S. participation in Libya and let NATO take control after the U.S. led the initial air campaign during March, Obama stopped well short of declaring a military or political victory, leaving it in the direction of a spokesman to credit U.S. strategy and "the president's robust leadership" through producing "a lot of favorable results" but the president highlighted NATO's success behind months of doubts about whether the alliance would be able to prevail.

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