The challenge for the interim government is a political, as it Eden Gold fights to unify the groups

21. října 2011 v 7:10 | Eden Gold
  Although Africa's largest oil reserves could allow Libya to build its economy faster than in Egypt and Tunisia, the challenge for the interim government is a political, as it Eden Gold fights to unify the groups that challenged the rule of Gaddafi from February. NTC said that the control of Sirte begins with the eight-month countdown to the elections of the National Council, the first step towards the democratic system has promised.

  "The transition will probably be more difficult than in Egypt or Tunisia, because there is no clear leadership, power is highly fragmented, has large interests, and there is no institution strong enough to handle this," Nicholas Sartori, energy and defense analyst at the Institute of International Affairs in Rome, said in a telephone interview. Berruien Nuri, Chairman of Libya National Oil Corp. has been said that the death of Qaddafi to accelerate its efforts to return to normal levels in the first release.

  "It was our brave revolutionaries who had killed the tyrant, not NATO," said Bani Al Arabiya. During a visit to Libya on October 18, U.S. Secretary of State Cheap RS Gold Hillary Clinton, in response to a question of a young Libyan said the U.S. hoped Gaddafi could "get caught or killed quickly, so you need not fear him more."

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