National Transitional Council

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, formerly known as the Free Libyan Army, was the NTC's military arm, with the small Free Libyan Air Force operating assets including captured and defected fighter jets and helicopters. Omar El-Hariri was the first military affairs minister the NTC named, holding that position from 23 March 2011 forward. By 19 May 2011, however, Jalal al-Digheily had replaced El-Hariri.


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* Hassan Fadeel - City of Ajdabiya * Salih Dirssi - City of Bayda (Bayda, Libya) * Ahmed Dayikh - City of Bayda (Bayda, Libya) * Mustafa Houni - City of Jufra (Jufra District) * Abd al-Qadr Minsar - City of Khoms (Khoms, Libya) * Emadaldeen Nussayr - City of Zawiya (Zawiya, Libya) * Khaled Nassrat - City of Zawiya (Zawiya, Libya) * AbdAllah Turki - City of Zintan * Mukhtar Jadal - City of Ajaylat * Ahmed Zway - City of Kufra


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Time url http: www.news.com.au breaking-news ferocious-battles-in-libya-as-national-council-meets-for-first-time story-e6frfku0-1226016536676 date 6 March 2011 accessdate 6 March 2011 publisher NewsCore (via news.com.au) The Interim Transitional National Council Decree 3. 5 March 2011. An executive board, chaired by Mahmoud Jibril, was formed by the council on 23


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Al Jazeera English reported that each city or town under opposition control will be given five seats on the new council and that contact will be established with new cities that come under opposition control to allow them to join the council. The identities of members of the council were not disclosed at the launch conference. Human Rights lawyer Hafiz Ghoga was the spokesperson for the new council. An Al Jazeera English journalist in Benghazi stated that Mustafa Abdul Jalil still had a leadership role within the new council.


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person, including sexual assault." publisher The Telegraph date 27 October 2011 accessdate 3 November 2011 location London first Con last Coughlin

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common_name Libya status Transitional government (Provisional government) continent Africa region North Africa country Libya p1

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breakingnews world view 20110313-325099 Libyan-regime-lost-legitimacyArab-League title Libyan Regime 'Lost Legitimacy'—Arab League work Philippine Daily Inquirer date 13 March 2011 accessdate 25 March 2011 and the European Union.


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title_leader Chairman leader1 Mustafa Abdul Jalil year_leader1 2011–2012 deputy1 Mahmoud Jibril deputy2 Abdurrahim El-Keib year_deputy1 2011 year_deputy2 2011-2012 era 2011 Libyan civil war event_start Establishment date_start 5 March year_start 2011 event1 Battle of Tripoli (Battle of Tripoli (2011)) date_event1 28 August 2011 event2 Death of Muammar Gaddafi date_event2 20 October 2011 event_end Handover of power

type Provisional authority (Provisional government) purpose Deliberative assembly deliberative democracy headquarters Tripoli location Libya region_served membership language Arabic (Standard Arabic) Religion Islam general leader_title Chairman leader_name Mustafa Abdul Jalil leader_title2 Vice Chairman leader_name2 Mustafa Honi leader_title3


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; Armed forces The anti-Gaddafi forces were Libyan armed forces which were constituted during the 2011 war by defected military members and armed citizens in order to engage in battle against remaining members of the Jamahiriya's armed forces (Armed Forces of the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya), hired mercenaries and paramilitary loyal to the rule of Muammar Gaddafi. The National Liberation Army (Libya) National Liberation Army

National Transitional Council

name National Transitional Council '' image Seal of the National Transitional Council (Libya).svg image_border size alt caption Seal map msize malt mcaption map2 abbreviation NTC motto predecessor General People's Congress (General People's Congress (Libya)) of the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (History of Libya under Muammar Gaddafi#Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (1977–2011)) successor General National Congress of Libya formation 27 February 2011 extinction 8 August 2012 type Provisional authority (Provisional government) purpose Deliberative assembly deliberative democracy headquarters Tripoli location Libya region_served membership language Arabic (Standard Arabic) Religion Islam general leader_title Chairman leader_name Mustafa Abdul Jalil leader_title2 Vice Chairman leader_name2 Mustafa Honi leader_title3 Prime Minister leader_name3 Abdurrahim El-Keib Mahmoud Jibril leader_title4 leader_name4 key_people affiliations budget num_staff num_volunteers website remarks former name The '''National Transitional Council of Libya''' ( was the ''de facto'' government of Libya for a period during and after the Libyan Civil War (2011 Libyan Civil War), in which rebel forces (anti-Gaddafi forces) overthrew the regime (History of Libya under Muammar Gaddafi) of Muammar Gaddafi. The '''NTC''' governed Libya for a period of ten months after the end of the war, holding elections (Libyan General National Congress election, 2012) to a General National Congress on 7 July 2012, and handing power to the newly elected assembly on 8 August. Libya's transitional rulers hand over power, ''Boston.com'', 8 August 2012.

The formation of the NTC was announced in the city of Benghazi on 27 February 2011 with the purpose to act as the "political face of the revolution". On 5 March 2011, the council issued a statement in which it declared itself to be the "only legitimate body representing the people of Libya and the Libyan state". The Interim Transitional National Council Decree 3. 5 March 2011. An executive board, chaired by Mahmoud Jibril, was formed by the council on 23 March 2011 after being ''de facto'' assembled as an "executive team" since 5 March 2011. The NTC issued a Constitutional Declaration (Libyan interim Constitutional Declaration) in August 2011 in which it set up a road-map for the transition of the country to a constitutional democracy with an elected government.

The council gained international recognition (International recognition of the National Transitional Council) as the legitimate governing authority in Libya

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