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Struggle In Libya
Struggle In Libya
Struggle In Libya
Struggle In Libya
Struggle In Libya
Struggle In Libya
Struggle In Libya
Struggle In Libya
Struggle In Libya
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Struggle In Libya

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This presentation is about the struggle in Libya and how it became a part of Arab Spring.

This presentation is about the struggle in Libya and how it became a part of Arab Spring.

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  • 1. Struggle in libya : in the QueSt of Democracy
  • 2. Libya is a country in Northern Africa.
  • 3. It was ruled by a Libyan king named Idris.
  • 4. …before Muammar Al Gaddafi took over and became the dictator. He joined the military and staged a coup to seize control of Libya in 1969, ousting King Idris. He ruled for 42 years.
  • 5. On 17th of December 2010 began The Arab Spring is a revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests occurring in the Arab world.
  • 6. FEBRUARY 2011: Arab Spring thaws Libyan Winter
  • 7. 2011 February - Arrest of human rights campaigner sparks violent protests in eastern city of Benghazi that rapidly spread to other cities. Authorities use aircraft to attack protestors. Gaddafi insists that he will not quit, and remains in control of the capital, Tripoli.
  • 8. 2011 March - UN Security Council authorises a no-fly zone over Libya and air strikes to protect civilians. NATO assumes command. Backed by NATO forces, Libyan rebels initially capture territory but are then forced back by better-armed proGaddafi forces. Rebels ask West for arms. 2011 July - The International Contact Group on Libya formally recognises the main opposition group, the National Transitional Council (NTC), as the legitimate government of Libya.
  • 9. 2011 August - Rebels swarm into Col Gaddafi's fortress compound in Tripoli, six months after the uprising began. Col Gaddafi goes into hiding. African Union 2011 AugustSeptember – African Union joins 60 countries which have recognised the NTC as the new Libyan authority.
  • 10. 2011 20 October - Col Gaddafi is killed. Three days later, the NTC declares Libya to be officially "liberated" and announces plans to hold elections within eight months. 2012 January - Clashes erupt between public and former rebel forces in Benghazi in sign of discontent with the pace and nature of change under the governing NTC. The deputy head of the NTC, Abdel Hafiz Ghoga, resigns.
  • 11. 2012 February - Scores killed in clashes  between Arab Zawi and African Tebu groups in Al-Kufra in the remote south-east. 2012 March - NTC officials in  the oil-rich east, centred on Benghazi, launch a campaign  to re-establish autonomy for the region, further increasing tension with the central NTC in Tripoli.
  • 12. TEAM : Ishna, Jonah, Drishti, Ilma, Kapil, Kartik

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