Libya: Court Ruling Is a Small Step Toward a National Election

Feb 15, 2018 | 00:15 GMT

Seven years after the Libyan uprising that led to the demise of long-time strongman Moammar Gadhafi, the country remains divided. Gaping fissures exist between the competing governments, institutions and spheres of influence that developed in the wake of Libya's political crisis (which drifted further out of control in 2014). Yet, a Feb. 14 ruling by the country's Supreme Court could pave the way for a draft constitution -- something that just might kickstart the process of pulling Libya back together....

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