Tripoli, 12 March 2014:
The country’s new caretaker Prime Minister, Abdullah Al-Thinni, was quickly sworn-in late in the day at yesterday’s dramatic General National Congress (GNC) session.
Thinni, who will be Prime Minister for all of two weeks while the opposing blocs in the GNC agree on a more permanent replacement for Ali Zeidan, lived in the Busleem district of Tripoli and hails from the southern town of Ghadames.
He graduated from military college . . .
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