Editorials - North Africa - Libya - Malawi - Panafrica - Tunisia
The rotating regional chairmanship of the 53-nation African Union (AU) has been hit by a dilemma of unparalleled complexity as Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s tenure draws to an end. Libya’s northern ally, Tunisia, has begun a propaganda to retain Gaddafi as AU leader. The move, widely seen as a threat to AU democratic principles, could also foster divisions among member states. But the AU needs money, and Libya can provide it.

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