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Tripoli's 'must-see attraction'

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Libya's National Transitional Council passed a new law this weekend, enabling elections to a national assembly to take place this summer.

After 42 years of dictatorship, the country has virtually no experience of multi-party politics.

The BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse reports on how, out of the ruins of Colonel Gaddafi's former compound in Tripoli, a sense of civic activism is emerging.


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