Demonstrations in Libya and Jordan put Tunisian model to the test
The protests in Libya against corruption throw up the question whether the Tunisian crisis heralds the beginning of the end for autocratic Arab leaders.
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#1 Jan 17, 2011
Well maybe now the Libyan people will stand up. I spent a lot of time there over the years and I will tell you some of the folks are very poor, but also proud. Now they need to take back their country.
#2 Jan 30, 2011
Went to Libya first in 1974. In and out since then. I have been looking for a change for years. Could be a wonderful country.
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