Libya could be on the brink of civil war, according to the head of the National Transitional Council, Mustafa Abdel Jalil, following a weekend of political turmoil. That's after his deputy stepped down when Jalil suspended six high-ranking council delegates from Benghazi.
Adrian Salbuchi, international consultant talks to RT, suggesting it's Iraq all over again with the flag of democracy brought in to guard Western geopolitical interests and pump oil while the "invaded" nation's needs are ignored.
A spokesman for British Civilians for Peace in Libya, Sukant Chandan, says the national transitional council is failing to unite the country.
The leader of Libya's National Transitional Council, says the country could be headed towards a civil war. It follows protests in the city of Benghazi that resulted in the resignation of his deputy. This past weekend, enraged Libyans took to the streets of the city which was the centre of opposition in the uprising against Gaddafi. Demonstrators are now accusing the NTC of corruption, a lack of reform and favoring former government loyalists. For more on the future of Libya RT talks to Sabah al-Mukhtar, president of the Arab Lawyers Association.