Divisions Plague Libya’s New Rulers

Libya’s new rulers have been united by little more than wanting to get rid of Muammar Gaddafi and so, as they met world leaders on Thursday following his sudden downfall, the spotlight is now falling on their own divisions. In the confusion of their swift final seizure of power, mutual suspicions are growing within the ramshackle rebel coalition, and skepticism is deepening among the Libyan people whom they must now lead.

Read the whole Reuters analysis from Samia Nakhoul.

Author: John Glaser

John Glaser writes for Antiwar.com.