Victorious militiamen want Zeidan out
By Umar Khan.
Tripoli, 6 May 2013:
Having tasted victory with the passing of the Political Isolation Law, militiamen who have been blockading ministries and protesting in favour of it for the last week are now concentrating on trying to remove Prime Minister Ali Zeidan from office.
The Political Isolation Law was passed yesterday by the General National Congress (GNC) after days of intense negotiations between different blocs within the GNC. Congress members voted overwhelmingly in favour of the final draft, which bars former regime figures from holding any leadership positions in state bodies . . .