LIBYA: What the analysts are saying post elections

LIBYA: What the analysts are saying post elections

Tripoli : Libya | Jul 17, 2012 at 8:20 AM PDT
Source: IRIN
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The recently reported abduction of the president of Libya's Olympic Committee, Nabil Elalem, highlights the wobbly security situation in a country awash with arms and where a number of militias still appear to be above the law, but slowly, steps towards stability are being taken. FULL ARTICLE AT IRIN
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Posters for candidates running for Libya's National Congress elections are seen in Tripoli city
Posters for candidates running for Libya's National Congress elections are seen in Tripoli city
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