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Old 08-23-2011, 12:08 PM
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...Any real chances for the restoration of Monarchy?
No. Libya will be divided into several parts.
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Old 08-23-2011, 12:21 PM
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Why do you say that?
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Old 08-23-2011, 01:02 PM
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Watch CNN, and you will learn more.
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Old 08-23-2011, 03:18 PM
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I watched CNN and I saw different news from different Tv or newspapers.There are questions about the future .The restoration of Monarchy could be the best solution.Many libyans semm to want it.

http://feb17.info/editorials/the-ret...ical-uprising/
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Old 08-23-2011, 09:36 PM
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I don't think so Cory Libya royalty was not involved in the revolution in anyway...would the ppl there call for the monarchy back?
maybe even if I don't see that happening.
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I pesonally do hope and want that Libya re-instate the monarchy. It's not just "figures" or persons it's the history the country has.
I do hope the follow the example of Spain, they re-instated the monarchy after a dictator and Juan Carlos is the prime example of it being possible.
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Old 08-24-2011, 08:38 PM
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I also hope the same Komtesse Rosaire not because I am royalist but as you said because of the history the country and heritage,it's so sad how Ghaddafi has spoiled off all the work of the King Idriss what ever was the King regime was a way much better it's just like Ghaddafi has take 42 years from the history of Libya and throw it away bringing them 40 years back not a head IMO.
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What would be the legal process for restoring the monarchy?
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Old 08-25-2011, 02:24 AM
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What would be the legal process for restoring the monarchy?
There are more than 2000 tribes and clans in Libya, including the berbers of Sakhara.
When the civil war in Libya stops (the war is going on now, and will continue for some time, according to the press reports) -- well, when the war stops -- the leaders of all tribes and clans will gather at the meeting and choose if they want a monarchy.
In this case it's not clear if they will choose the descendants of King Idris. As the King was a head of religious Senussi Muslim order, not popular among all the tribes and clans.
There are other candidates possible for the King.
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HRH Crown Prince Mohammad wants to go back to his country :

http://www.irna.ir/ENNewsShow.aspx?NID=30533496
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HRH Crown Prince Mohammad wants to go back to his country :

http://www.irna.ir/ENNewsShow.aspx?NID=30533496
Impressive I would love to see how h'll be welcomed there.
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Impressive I would love to see how h'll be welcomed there.
Me too, especially in Tripolitania.
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Posts reporting the [unconfirmed] death of former Libyan leader Muammar Gadaffi have been moved to In The News in Members' Corner.
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I can understand the Crown Prince wanting to return to his homeland, but I would venture a guess that it won't happen. I don't think a monarchy is what the people now in charge want. The a segment of the general population may want it, but not the people who are now in power, and they call the shots.
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I think its a possibility that he would be welcomed back but I wouldn't see it as an immediate thing.
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Does that mean that the Libyan Monarchy may took years to recover?
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Does that mean that the Libyan Monarchy may took years to recover?
Are you sure Libya will remain united state under al-Senoussi monarchy? Unfortunately, the civil war is not over yet.
The sheikhs of tuareg tribes in Southern Libya claim they will have their own independent state under sharia laws, not al-Senoussi dynasty.
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Are you sure Libya will remain united state under al-Senoussi monarchy? Unfortunately, the civil war is not over yet.
The sheikhs of tuareg tribes in Southern Libya claim they will have their own independent state under sharia laws, not al-Senoussi dynasty.
I see. Thanks for the trivia.
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Libya’s exiled prince’ hails ‘new chapter’ for Libya
20 Oct 2011

Muhammad al-Senussi, the heir apparent in Libya’s overthrown monarchy, said the death of dictator Muammar Gaddafi on Thursday was a victory for peace, freedom and reform in his homeland.

Speaking from exile in London, the crown prince said a new chapter had begun in Libya’s history.

“The flag of freedom is now flying in Sirte and across Libya on this historic day,” he said, hailing the unity that helped “rid the country of evil”.


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Yes, very true indeed. Is Muammar Gaddafi the one who abolished the Libyan Monarchy?
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