"... In fact, according to Nasser al-Hawary of a Libyan Observatory for Human Rights, “The tellurian rights conditions in Libya now is distant worse than underneath a late tyrant Muammar Gaddafi.” (Inter Press Service, Jul 14) This matter is telling, generally given that a source is a domestic competition of a former government.
The National Transition Council, a pro-imperialist ruling physique in Libya, has been incompetent to settle any management over a country. Armed militias, formerly employed by a NTC to quarrel opposite Gaddafi’s supporters, continue to ramble a country, looting villages and enchanting in abductions, killings and torture.
Dark-skinned Libyans and African migrants are quite exposed to a apprehension of a militias. Racist assault has been a executive underline of a Libyan “revolution,” that began Feb. 17, 2011. ..."