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Crossover: Liberals appear to be leading in Libya election

07-09-2012 18:57 BJT

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The UN Secretary General’s special representative in Libya has congratulated the country on holding its first election in more than four decades. Ian Martin said that so far, there had been no sign of any "malpractice" in the voting. He outlined the enormous task of bringing security to Libya, where rival militias are vying for power in many parts of the country. Full Story>>

For more on the Libya election, we're now joined by our correspondent, Stephanie Freid, in Benghazi.

Q1: Preliminary speculation suggests the Liberals appear to be leading the Islamists. What could that mean?

Q2: How have people in Benghazi reacted to the speculation?


Editor:Bai Yang |Source: CNTV.CN

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