Ali Tarhouni: A Libyan leader speaks out

Ali Tarhouni: A Libyan leader speaks out

There are 6 comments on the Fortune story from Nov 4, 2011, titled Ali Tarhouni: A Libyan leader speaks out. In it, Fortune reports that:

Hunkered down in the back of a car, Ali Tarhouni sucks on a cigarette and gazes out at Libya's eastern city of Benghazi.

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Ibukun adeyemo

Europe

#1 Nov 4, 2011
The road to libya's recovery is a long and tortuos journey, patience is required from all stakeholders, an atmosphere of peace, reconciliation and tranquility will be the catalyst required to hasten the process.
Sergey Yougin

Bern, Switzerland

#2 Nov 5, 2011
Unfortunatelly Libyan gouverment have a new enemy so bad as Gadafy was.This is former rebels who dont want set arms down/.Usualy these rebels are more robers than fighters.Majority of true fighters are retourned to civil life.
Ahmed

Mooresville, IN

#3 Nov 5, 2011
Sergey Yougin wrote:
Unfortunatelly Libyan gouverment have a new enemy so bad as Gadafy was.This is former rebels who dont want set arms down/.Usualy these rebels are more robers than fighters.Majority of true fighters are retourned to civil life.
Way too many weapons in a country of people with major disagreements and scores to settle now. This truly is a recipe for disaster.
Hag el Hafez

Bern, Switzerland

#4 Nov 5, 2011
If Libyan dont employ in high position people like Ali Tarhoni they will lost a lot of. Libya needs western educated Libyan for high officials.
Hag el Hafez

Bern, Switzerland

#5 Nov 5, 2011
Clerics may form Council of seniors advisors but they may not lead economy and civil education
George

Red Deer, Canada

#6 Nov 6, 2011
I agree with you, the Rebels must put down the weapons as a sign of true democracy and the willingness to heal.

According to press reports this is happening and hundreds of thousands of weapons have been surrendered by there are many more out there. It will take years to clean up the soil where Ghadaffi has planted land mines, now countries are sending in companies that can clean this up but Libya is spending billions of dollars on the clean up. It is job creation so think positive, they have a common goal, a free and clean Libya.

I for one, think Libya will become a tourist attraction for the world one day because they want to. It is the extremists from other countris that keep pushing their opinions onto Libya. Even the so called al queida in Libya want peace.

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