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By Claire Calzonetti and Samuel Burke
Two years after the fall of Moammar Gadhafi, Libya's shaky democracy is teetering.
For days now, gangs of armed men have surrounded key ministries, trying to force out members of the democratically-elected government.
Libyan Justice Minister Salah Marghani has been forced to evacuate his own ministry, because it has been surrounded for a week by armed militias.
“The country is going through a terrible fear,” Marghani told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Tuesday. “But I assure you that the situation is under control and the government will not yield.”
Marghani reaffirmed that the government will not respond with violence.
“This situation is a standoff – a struggle between growing the right way and maybe falling back to the area of dictatorship,” Marghani said. FULL POST
CNN's Christiane Amanpour looks at how the spirit of change in the Middle East is reflected in mustaches.
CNN's Christane Amanpour looks at how the Assad regime and now the Syrian opposition have both used children's textbooks to push their agendas.
CNN's Christiane Amanpour looks at how Imran Khan's dramatic fall might affect his ability to campaign just ahead of Pakistani elections.
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