The end for dictator Muammar Gaddafi was swift. But this could be the key to stability for Libya's future explains GIS expert Bernard Siman in this briefing.

COLONEL Muammar Gaddafi’s death, however it happened, is a ‘Ceausescu’ moment for Libya - a swift elimination of the single centre and omnipotent symbol of power in the country.

Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife Elena were executed swiftly when his brutal and repressive regime in Romania was overthrown in 1989 after 22 years.

The summary removal of these dictators was, in both cases, in stark contrast to the protracted process which led to the tr...

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An open-ended process of political ‘haggling’, with no agreed and strict timelines, will not be conducive to either stability or future good governance
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