Why Libya's New Elections Might Not Put the Country Back On Track
Libya's transitional leaders, some of whom will be presidential candidates, are entangled in - and benefit from - the country's war economy. So do various armed factions that may view the vote as a threat to their interests and disrupt the process before it begins, writes Jacob Mundy for The Conversation Africa.
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