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Libya: ‘No one can win this war’

Tripoli, Libya – As the latest United Nations-brokered peace talks between Libya’s warring factions convened in Skhirat, Morocco, fierce fighting broke out on the weekend between militias in Tajoura, 30km east of Tripoli, killing over 21 people and wounding scores more.

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2014تحليل مسودة الدستور الليبي – اللجان النوعية في الهيئة التاسيسية لصياغة الدستور – الوضع: كانون أول/ديسمبر

أصدرت المؤسسة الدولية للديمقراطية والانتخابات تحليلا بتاريخ 31 آذار/مارس 2015، بعنوان: تحليل مسودة الدستور الليبي، اللجان النوعية في الهيئة التاسيسية لصياغة الدستور، الوضع: كانون الاول/ديسمبر 2014. أعد التحليل البرفيسور الدكتور يورغ فدتكة من كلية الحقوق في جامعة باساو. 

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Paying the price of a failed Libya

Comment: Amid chaos caused by mismanagement, intervention, international rivalries and civil war, ordinary people who hoped for a better Libya are dying, says Vijay Prashad. News comes from Tripoli, Libya of another assassination. It is almost impossible to keep track of the violence there. But this time the story is …

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Libya: Armed chaos and dividing spheres of power

Libya is witnessing armed chaos and division of regions as well as cities, while battles and conflicts are occurring between extremist militias and the Libyan army near Libyan cities. A lot of militias spread in Libya; all of them were formed after the fall of Gaddafi’s regime. The major armament …

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Gender and State Building in Libya: Towards a Politics of Inclusion

The Libyan Revolution marks a watershed moment in Libyan history and more specifically in the history of women’s participation in the public space. Women were at the forefront of the demonstrations as protestors, medical workers, and aid providers, as well as organizing behind-the-scenes and in the diaspora calling for political …

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The Constitutional Battle over Libya’s Identity

This past December, the Constituent Assembly of Libya published a draft of preliminary suggestions and ideas concerning the constitution so that Libyans could discuss them and provide their opinions before a referendum in March. While there were no obvious flaws in the form of the draft, the language and content …

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