Prime Minister Al-Kib talks to the nation

by Sami Zaptia.

Libyan politics came to a crescendo this week in the lead-up to the first anniversary of the formation of the National Transitional Government (NTC). Disgruntled groups in the eastern Libya who were feeling even more marginalised than the rest of Libya were threatening to break away either as part of a Libyan federation or as an independent state.

Could this be yet another revolution — on a par with the February 17 Revolution? Could this be the end of the unified Libya as we have known it? At the end, and in reality, and in . . .

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