Libya To Declare 'liberation,' Timetable For Elections

Libya to declare 'liberation,' timetable for elections

Libya's new rulers plan to declare their embattled nation "liberated" Sunday, a move that will trigger a timetable for elections and the writing of a constitution for the North African nation, according to reports from Tripoli.

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