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Studio discussion: Prediction on outcome from Zuma's mediation in Libya

05-30-2011 18:36 BJT Special Report:Int'l Intervention in Libya |

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South African leader Jacob Zuma is expected to arrive in Tripoli in an attempt to broker a ceasefire on behalf of the African Union. For more on Zuma's second visit, Current affairs commentator, Doctor He Wenping joins us. She's a research fellow at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Hello, Doctor He.

Q1: Zuma's previous visit made little progress because Gaddafi refused to relinquish power while rebel leaders say that is a pre-condition for any truce deal. Can you predict the outcome of the second mediation?

Q2: What do you think about the role of the African Union, a 54-nation pan-African body, in resolving Libya's crisis?

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