Libya’s elected congress due to take power early August

Libyan election workers start the counting process in Misrata during Libya's General National Congress electionLibya's General National Congress, which will become the first elected body to rule the oil-rich nation after Moamer Kadhafi's ouster, is due to take power early August, an official said Sunday.


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