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Libya’s Situation Remains Uncertain, The West Loots

Sporadic combats and contradictory reports over the situation of leader Muammar Gaddafi keep the country’s fate uncertain, while Libyans wait expectantly for a conference that is taking place in Paris, attended by the alleged friends of this country.

Spokespersons of the rebels noted that clashes are taking place in Tripoli and other areas away from the city between the opposition and forces loyal to Gaddafi, who is said to be in the city of Bani Walid.

As occasional combats are occurring, the rebels, backed by NATO air raids, still besiege Sirte, Gaddafi’s hometown.

The rebels also captured Abdallah Al-Hijazi, considered to be a close collaborator of the almost disintegrated government, according to the same source of the opposition’s National Transitional Council (CNT).

As the Libyan situation remains uncertain, leaders of world powers and Arab countries, involved in the NATO aggression against Libya, are in session on Thursday in Paris to draw up the plan to be followed for the reconstruction of Libya after a hypothetical post-Gaddafi era.

Apart from the political decisions, analysts point out that the conference in Paris aims at setting the economic profit quotas in the oil, construction and industry sectors from the debts and commitments assumed by CNT.

(by Prensa Latina)

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