Libya Moves Forward After Gadhafi

Thursday, August 25, 2011

In Libya, the rebels' Transitional National Council has begun moving some of their operations from Benghazi to Tripoli. The head of the TNC announced that he plans to hold elections in eight months. While plans are under way for a post-Gadhafi Libya, the man himself remains elusive. The Council faces a tough road ahead as the country has never seen this kind of transformation before.

Joining us from Benghazi is Jon Leyne, Middle East correspondent for our partner the BBC. He tells us about some of the challenges facing the people of Libya.

Guests:

Jon Leyne

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