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Libya is suffering a profound economic and political crisis, running out of cash because autonomy seekers are blocking oil exports, while a movement is afoot in congress to unseat the fragile government.The government has failed to bring stability and security, with Libya's many tribes flexing their muscles and militias who fought to overthrow Gadhafi refusing to give up their arms, instead carving out fiefdoms of their own.More than two years after Gadhafi's ouster, Libya has still not managed to adopt a new constitution, which would include a decision on how the country is to be administered geographically.While Zeidan struggles with the political challenge from Cyrenaica, he is also threatened with a parliamentary revolt seeking to unseat him back in the capital.In little over a year in power, his government has been criticized regularly for failing to restore stability.Several members of the General National Congress, Libya's highest political authority, have been trying to bring down the government, but have so far not succeeded in securing the number of votes required.The GNC Tuesday failed to agree on what action to take about Zeidan's government, after a censure motion put forward by 72 out of the 200 lawmakers.
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