26 Jan 2012 05:28
Mistrust in transition to democracy fuelling violence, protests
Many Libyans don't see NTC as a neutral arbiter
Wrangling breaks out over how election will be held
Parallels to Iraq after U.S. invasion
By Christian Lowe
ALGIERS, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Behind Libya's flare-up of violence and protests in the past five days lies a quandary.
How do you share out power in the new Libya when the jumble of tribes, militias and interest groups do not trust each other and, even worse, when the people supposed to be acting as neutral referees are widely mistrusted?
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