available languages: english September 12, 2013

This report describes theories of decentralization and places them in the Libyan context. The purpose of the report is to give civil society groups, lawyers, academics, and policymakers new tools to talk about decentralization, and to move the discussion from conflict-prone binaries (federal vs. anti-federal, centralised vs. decentralised) to a reasoned debate over policy options.

 

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