Ali Suleiman Aujali

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For decades, the possibility of a Libya without Moammar Gaddafi seemed just a dream. But today, Tripoli’s central square is adorned with the three colors of the pro-democracy forces’ flag. The once-omnipresent pictures of Gaddafi are gone. As that regime gasps its last breath, the Libyan people and the National Transitional Council (NTC) are writing the first chapter of a free Libya.

The NTC has been planning this transition for more than six months. Our accomplishments in the midst of the turbulence of war foreshadow what a free Libya can accomplish in the years to come.

Some in the international community question the NTC and what it stands for.…  Seguir leyendo »