The major, direct and the most important reason of the Libyan revolution was the improper treatment of people by Muammar Gaddafi. “Most nations were once sympathetic with the Libyan revolution with the international media focusing on the crisis in Libya. Regional and international organizations also ...
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...urse, now the country will need a lot of time to reach the normal level of economy, and to eliminate the consequences of revolution, but the main step was made and the country is free nowadays. People of Libya can be proud of themselves, and the European countries, including USA are doing everything, they can in order to help Libya to rehabilitate their county. And I believe, that the people, who overcame such a horrible times, will definitely be able to lead their country to prosperity.
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