Libyan Vote on Charter Assembly Is Marred by Violence and Low Turnout – New York Times

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New York Times
TRIPOLI, Libya — Libya’s long-delayed efforts to draft a new Constitution hit another obstacle on Thursday when elections for a 60-member constitutional drafting committee fell well short of expectations, with a low turnout and 13 of 60 constituencies failing to
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