Middle East

July 6, 2012

For 3,700 candidates in Libyan election, winning means standing out in crowd

With so many candidates running in such a short election cycle, a vote slated to redefine Libyan politics in the post-Gadhafi era has very little to do with political vision. The winning candidates will largely consist of those with the most posters, the largest tribes, the best social network or the most number of friends, parliamentary candidates said.

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