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Libya's biggest hurdle
As rebels gain further control of the capital Tripoli we ask, what is the biggest challenge facing the country?
Last Modified: 26 Aug 2011 10:53



The interim government has moved from Benghazi to Tripoli and is urging the world to release billions of dollars in frozen Libyan assets.

The National Transitional Council (NTC) want action, not words. The head of the NTC is in Europe lobbying for aid that is urgently needed for nation-building and economic recovery.

But is this the biggest hurdle facing the future of Libya?

Inside Story, with presenter Hazem Sika, discusses with Farhat Bengdara, the former governor of Libya's central bank; Hans Meier-Ewert, the executive vice-president, German Africa Business Association; and Shadi Hamid, the research director at the Brookings Doha Centre.

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Al Jazeera
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