Final results from the long awaited Libya’s elections puts Ex –Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril’s National Forces Alliance (NFA) party in the lead giving them a commanding position in the new parliament as they won double the seats of their principle rival, the Muslim Brotherhood's Justice and Construction party.
In declaring the 7th July 2012 elections results, the Libya Elections Commission announced that the National Forces Alliance (NFA) and its allies got 41 seats, followed by the Justice and Construction party who had 17seats. In all 200 seats where contested..
The current interim Prime Minister Abdurrahman al-Keib said the announcement of the results was "a time of celebration"
This election is a major step for a country emerging from 42 years of Muammar Gaddafi‘s one -man rule. It also marks the end for the interim National Transitional Council, which has been ruling Libya with varying degrees and success since Gaddafi was overthrown and killed last year.
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Prof Muse Tegegne
- Prof. Muse Tegegne has lectured sociology Change & Liberation in Europe, Africa and Americas. He has obtained Doctorat es Science from the University of Geneva. A PhD in Developmental Studies & ND in Natural Therapies. He wrote on the problematic of the Horn of Africa extensively. He Speaks Amharic, Tigergna, Hebrew, English, French. He has a good comprehension of Arabic, Spanish and Italian.