Political Environment in Libya
Things, especially in Libya, things are changing every day. You just even, even if I tell you, 'OK, you know what? I've been there yesterday, and I went from North to South, and I met this [many] people, and I heard this and everything.' [The] next day can change everything. Just because nobody knows, even the people living there, they don't know what's going on. They are not sure who's creating what.
It's not wise, I think, to just jump into there. And actually, Benghazi, or the eastern area, all the foreigners were removed, and, because it makes sense. I know there's a lot of humanitarian, whatever, USAID in that area at a certain point. But they had to evacuate, because it's not anymore a safe area.
In this video, a Tunisian national discusses the constant change of Libya's political environment.