Christian Science Monitor quotes Rafik Hariri Center Senior Fellow Karim Mezran on the Libyan court decision that the country’s election of Prime Minister Ahmed Maitiq was invalid:

“The Islamists are militarily strong but politically weak, and the other side is more or less in the same position,” says Karim Mezran, a Libya expert with the Atlantic Council, an international affairs think-tank in Washington. “We have two sides that are polarized and acting as checks on one another.”

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