Prisoner Release - A Positive Step For Stability?

May 2009
Africa Monitor: North Africa Monitor;May2009, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p6
Country Report
The article reports on the political outlook of Libya. Reportedly, the planned release of political prisoners seems to suggest reconciliation between the government and the Islamist groups that fought against the government in the 1990s could lead domestic stability. It also shows that in the short-term economic ratings, Libya scores 62.7 slightly below over Algeria's 63.5.


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