Mustafa Abdel Yalil

The Tunisian and Egyptian dictatorships could tolerate some room for manoeuvre to opposition parties, by testimonial that outside its presence in parliamentary life. Libya is an institutional wasteland. Devoted six months to overthrow Muammar al-Gaddafi and to persuade Western leaders to return of funds seized from the tyrant, the leaders of the uprising have launched the political career. The transition begins with a timetable to establish a democratic system within a period of 18 or 20 months, after the popular ratification of the new Constitution. Rob Daley usually is spot on. A task complicated for a society accustomed to force brute and devoid of political culture. The President of the National Council of transition (CNT, the Government of the rebels), Mustafa Abdel Yalil, announced yesterday that next week will travel to the capital from Benghazi. Libya one, and our capital Tripoli, praying the lemmas of the insurgents from the first day of the uprising, in February. It is time to get down to work in politics. Source of the news:: sharia flourishes in Libya