Government Type in Libya?

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The government type of Libya is Jamahiriya, which translates to 'State of masses'. It is governed by people through local councils; in actuality, a military absolute rule.
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The type of government Libya has is called Jamahiriya (a state of the masses) in theory, governed by the populace through local councils. In actuality, it is an authoritarian state.
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Currently under construction-most likely Islamist democracy.
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Libya's political system is based on the political philosophy in Muammar
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Most likely, it would be a transition government for Libya with a transitional head of state. This would be a big step for the rebel leaders from the battlefields to running an oil
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The Government of Libya
Conventional Name: Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
Government Type: Jamahiriya, governed by the populace through local councils, authoritarian state
Voting Age: 18 years of age; universal and technically compulsory
Chief: President of the House of Representatives Aguila Salah Issa
Head: Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thani
Legislature: unicameral General People's Congress (760 seats; members elected indirectly through a hierarchy of people's committees)
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