Tribalism, democratic transition and civil war in Libya

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In the wake of the Arab uprisings, rebellion against the regime
Gaddafi erupted in Benghazi February 12, 2011. This movement, born in
a city opposition stronghold, has grown rapidly. in
Following a National Transitional Council (NTC) was established to
to end the regime and establish democracy. March 10, 2011
the President of the French Republic, Nicolas Sarkozy, has recognized this
proclaimed body and a few days later, the Security Council
United Nations adopted a resolution authorizing the use of force
against the Gaddafi regime. The resolution, passed with ten votes for
and five abstentions, including China, Russia and Germany had to protect
population by establishing a no-fly zone above the
Libya. In fact, it was the start of hostilities
First led by France and Britain, followed by the Organization
of the Atlantic Alliance (NATO), on March 31, 2011, has taken action
military that led to the death of Gaddafi, who was killed October 20, 2011 in
circumstances not yet clarified. This can only be called a "war
one for democracy, "which has more than 30,000 dead and hundreds of
thousands injured, and that the rebels could not win without help
Western powers, highlights the economic,
geostrategic and political especially those of a democratic transition
problematic in a country with tribal structure.

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