NTC's Jibril to step aside when fighting ends
NTC's prime minister and international spokesman says he won't be part of Libya's next government.
Last Modified: 04 Oct 2011 06:46

The chairman of Libya's ruling National Transitional Council has announced he will not be a part of Libya's next government.

Although Mahmoud Jibril has been a major figure in the conflict, political infighting in the NTC has opened up potentially damaging rifts.

Jibril's announcement came after news of a potential cabinet reshuffle began to emerge on Sunday.

Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahelbarra reports from Tripoli.

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