Graffiti stating the objectives of the revolution: Education, health, justice.
Almost three years since Colonel Muammar Qadhafi was ousted, Libya remains in a
state of strife and turmoil. In May, the General National Congress (GNC)
Ahmed Mehtig as the country’s new prime minister, a decision that was
ruled unconstitutional by the Libyan Supreme Court at the beginning of June.
would have been Libya’s fifth premier since the spontaneous revolution
which began on 17 February 2011, a role that will now be filled for the interim
The political standoff has allowed General Khalifa Haftar to press an
offensive against Islamists in Benghazi, where violent clashes between opposing
have seen dozens of people killed. Many in the Libyan government have accused
Haftar of trying to stage a military coup, but his determination to act has
him considerable popular support – something that may serve him well in
his political aspirations. Presently, Libya’s post-revolution political,
economic and operating risks are at an all-time high and as state institutions
the security situation weaken, there is even greater need for reliable
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