Former Libyan prime minister Ali Zeidan has fled to Europe after he was voted out of office on Tuesday. Zeidan is accused of failing to stop rebels exporting oil independently from a port under their control.
Libyan deputies pushed for a no-confidence vote after the tanker managed to escape from Es Sider port, one of three major export terminals the government has lost to the rebels.
There are serious concerns about the conflict over oil wealth in Libya as rebels in the east of the country demand autonomy in this oil-rich area long neglected by Muammar Gaddafi.
So, could oil trigger a civil war in Libya?
Presenter: Mike Hanna
Guests: Fatima Hamroush: former minister of health for the Libyan Transitional Government
Mohamed Eljarh: Libya transition blogger for Foreign Policy Magazine
Source: Al Jazeera