Type of government in Libya?
The type of government libya has is authoritarian government.
Libya is currently governed by the populace through their local council, which is known as a LiJamahiriya government.
They are working on that at the moment. Not known yet.
Libya used to be a one-man dictatorship under Col. Gaddafi. But now, Libya is moving towards a constitutional multi-party Islamist democratic state.
socialist The Libyan economy is controlled by the government.
Libya government is a Unitary Parliamentary Republic
Dictatorship. Although with the recent uprisings in northern Africa and all, the government might have a shift in power very soon.
Under a state of transition towards constitutional multi-party democratic state.
No. The current government in Libya is the first that was even quasi-democratic. Libya has been ruled by dictators, monarchies, and strongmen from its beginnings until 2011.
Jamahiriya (a state of the masses) in theory, governed by the populace through local councils; in practice, an authoritarian state.
Before 2011, Libya is a one-man dictatorship under Muammar Gaddafi. Right now, the country is under a state of political transition towards a multi-party Islamic democracy in the style of Pakistan.
because if the current government is deposed, Libya may become an ally
No,it is a Provisional government.
No it has a Provisional government.
No, it has provisional Government.
This question is rather difficult to answer since, as of 2016, Libya is in the midst of a civil war. However, the last stable government in Libya was the government led by the Caudillo Qadhafi. That was certainly an UNLIMITED GOVERNMENT; there was no rule of law when applied to Qadhafi or those he deigned to support.
Yes, Libya is a sovereign country, now under the National Transitional Council provisional government.
dictatorship is practised in Libya for the mean time as long as Gaddafi'sis still president
In libya there are oil spills and the war going on right now about the government
Type of foods are common in Libya are Asida and Harissa.
We do not really know but I am hoping that the government in Libya are going to get banned soon and maybe arrested.
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Libya has an extremely hot climate. Last time I was there it was about 105 in the shade.
Libya doesn't have a king, but it does have an "Overlord" if you want to call it that. The leader (As of May 5, 2011) is Muammar Gadhafi.
Yes. the NTC (don't know which one) will play as Libya's government temporarily :)
Libya is currently in a state of potential change, as many of its people are rising up against the government. U.S., France and England geared for Libya War. According to CNN, French fighter jets patrolled over Libya today.
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During the 1920's and 30's, the Italian government gained control of Libya, Somaliland and Eritrea.
yes it is under dictatorship government
There goverment is unlimited so theres your answer
Libya does not have a coat of arms because it has had an interim government since the collapse of the Gaddafi regime during the Libyan Civil war in 2011.
Under a provisional government called the National Transitional Council.
At the present time 'chaotic' would suffice.
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As of the beginning of May 2011, the leader is Muammar Gadhafi.
Libya has been ruled for over 40 years by a very destructive and insane ruler named Moammar Gadhafi. Most of the people of Libya are not happy about that and want to have a more honest and sane kind of government.
Libya no longer has a military government so they can at least apply for membership of UN.
Libya is in the news mostly because of the uprising against Gaddafi, during the Arab Spring and the subsequent western intervention in that region. Most of the current news about Libya deals with the aftermath of that affair under the new (formerly rebel) government.
Omar Al-Mukhtar - Libyan national hero who resisted the Italian colonialism of Libya from 1911 until 1931 when he was hanged by the fascist government of Benito Mussolini.
Libya is now run under a provisional government called the General National Congress, whose head is the nominal chief executive. As of June 25, 2013, this was Nouri Abusahmain. The prime minister of Libya (since 2012) is Ali Zeidan.
Jamahiriya, governed by the people through local councils; in fact, is a military dictatorship.
people farm and do government businesses and the kids have to work also
i would think so if the people think correctly.
There is a war in Libya because many of the citizens want Godaffi to give up his political power, and to establish a new form of government that they believe to be more fair to its people.
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Currently, as of 2014, Libya is in a political state of flux. It used to have a stable autocratic regime under Muammar al-Ghadhafi, in what could be a considered a Caudillo-State. Currently, Libya is officially a democracy, but the military has recently overthrown the government and called for elections.
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