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Libyans Hold Emotional Multi-Party Election, First in 60 Yearsi
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Al Pessin
July 07, 2012 6:53 PM
Libyans filled with optimism went to the polls Saturday for their nation's first multiparty elections in 60 years. As VOA's Al Pessin reports from Tripoli, it was an emotional moment for people who have lived through 42 years of dictatorship and a bloody revolution.

Libyans Hold Emotional Multi-Party Election, First in 60 Years

Al Pessin

Published July 07, 2012

Libyans filled with optimism went to the polls Saturday for their nation's first multiparty elections in 60 years. As VOA's Al Pessin reports from Tripoli, it was an emotional moment for people who have lived through 42 years of dictatorship and a bloody revolution.


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