Anti-militia protests show frailty of...

Anti-militia protests show frailty of Libyan state

There are 1 comment on the WDBO-AM Orlando story from Sep 22, 2012, titled Anti-militia protests show frailty of Libyan state. In it, WDBO-AM Orlando reports that:

Upheaval in Libya's second largest city raises a collision between Libyans' aspirations for change and the capability of the country's fragile, post-Moammar Gadhafi leadership to bring it.

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janet jacoby

Indianapolis, IN

#1 Sep 22, 2012
Libya eviscerated under gadaffi who gave the free education medical care both in and out of the
country', free utilities,such as electricity, AND Made Their Own Regional laws by voting in tribal councils.Libyans
have the highest degree of literacy...had nothing before..Gadaffi housed a nation'was still building `when killed. The irrigation project, subsidized farming etc
GADAFFI built a nation,the best in Africa. The warlords of the west just wanted his oil,gold, and Mediterranean bases. Libya lost what can never be regained.

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