Analysis

Libya:  Crisis-Plagued Government Struggles for Control
Libyans Celebrate the One-Year Anniversary Marking the Start of the Uprising Against Qaddafi (GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AFP/Getty Images)
February 22, 2012
| Security
| Middle East and North Africa
Summary
With the transitional government’s failure to impose order since taking control of Libya last November, the integrity of the upcoming elections are in doubt and a worst-case-scenario for Libya and north Africa is appearing more likely.The National Transitional Council's elections chief, Othman al-Kajiji, recently dismissed rumors that the government is considering delaying national elections, saying Libyans will cast ballots for the 200-member assembly the last week in June as required by the NTC’s constitutional declaration. But with no elections infrastructure and a security situation that is spiraling out of control, it is unlikely that the NTC will be able to ensure that any elections held are fair and free of corruption.
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