Libya: Un governamento de transition se ha formate in Benghazi.

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On ha formate un governamento de transition in Benghazi, le secunde citate plus importante de Libya, secundo le ex-ministro de justicia, Mustafa Abdel Jalil.

Le consilio de ministros del nove governamento preparara electiones intra tres menses e includera functionarios militar e civil.

Abdel Jalil abandonava le governamento de Muammar Gaddafi a causa de su disaccordo con le uso excessive del violentia contra le manifestantes.

Le ambassator de Libya in le Statos Unite, Ali Aujali, exprimeva su appoio al nove governamento provisori.

Le capital de Libya, Tripoli, controlate per fortias loyal a Qadhafi, remaneva assatis calmate iste sabato, ma le chaos continuava in le areoporto, ubi milles de personas essaya a quitar le pais.

Libia: Un gobierno de transición se ha formado en Bengasi.

Se ha formado un gobierno de transición en Bengasi, la secunda ciudad más importante de Libya, según el ex ministro de Justicia, Mustafa Abdel-Jalil.

El gabinete del nuevo gobierno preparará elecciones para dentro de tres meses y incluirá funcionarios militares y civiles.

Abdel-Jalil abanonó el gobierno de Muamar Gadafi por su desacuerdo con el excesivo uso de la violencia contra los manifestantes.

El embajador de Libia en los Estados Unidos, Ali Aujali, expresó su apoyo al nuevo gobierno temporal.

La capital de Libya, Trípoli, controlada por fuerzas leales a Gadafi, permaneció bastante calmada durante este sábado, pero el caos continuó en el aeropuerto, donde miles de personas están tratando de salir del país.

Libya: A transitional government has been formed in Benghazi.

A transitional government has been formed in Benghazi, the second largest city of Libya, according to the former justice minister, Mustafa Abdel-Jalil.

The cabinet of the new government is preparing to hold elections within the next three months and will include both military and civilian officials.

Abdel-Jalil abandoned Muammar Gaddafi’s government because he disagreed with the excessive use of violence against demonstrators.

Libya’s ambassador to the United States, Ali Aujali, expressed his support for the new temporary government.

The capital of Libya, Tripoli, controlled by forces loyal to Qadhafi, remained quite calm during this Saturday, but a state of chaos has prevailed at the airport, where thousands of people are trying to leave the country.

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