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this is what I Libya's revolution began , says the stones it Hey touched off the country's revolution that toppled his longtime Liza Moama Gaddafi eight years on the city of Benghazi still bears the scars of war and after years of street fighting it's residency yet stability , this residence misses the old days saying democracy hasn't what towns in Libya after chaos and terrorism he thinks Libya needs military rule to build a state he spoke to Reuters off Lessing not much has been rebuilt , being Ghazi is home to a you know I power in the government which opposes the internationally recognized government the Tripoli they don't get much of a budget from Tripoli and you know there's a political conflict %HESITATION sites again has been trying to make a legacy to compromise but has a county for elections but as of now not much is happening Libya is still splits between rival tribes armed groups and even administrations reconciling the two rival camps is a huge challenge residents meanwhile it testing the limits of how far they can go , this this a performances tackling corruption and the decline of state services that playing Libyans who need to go to Tennessee if a medical treatments they can't get tickets as officials have bribed apple staff to board over booked flights , a safe place to laugh about the chaos outside