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NATO has made it clear it will continue to help Libyan rebels until Qaddafi is either dead or expelled from power so.
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Can you tell us anything about what might -- post -- anything at all.
Well I think that people got a a little nervous when they saw the looting of the compound.
Of Qaddafi is come down because.
You know the looting pictures whenever you see that it makes us think of Iraq.
And it took a full year for the insurgency to kind of take -- but what everyone is focused on and no one wants to happen.
Is another Iraq to.
What we're showing now you guys you can see it on the screen that that's the guy who went to think about his bedroom -- hold of these.
Came out war its -- was interviewed by one about people -- that the rise having a blast coming been in it got off his bedroom but.
All joking aside and you -- an important points if that looting like this is totally out of control.
You could develop a situation -- factions who walked on to find each of and you got a complete breakdown of the society that that's the Warren.
And that is that is the one of the major worries and that is precisely what the TN -- that is the coordinating ruling interim council is trying to deal with.
They've sent three of their ministers already Stuart.
To Tripoli even though that the city is not yet secure.
They made all kinds of statements have been warning against saluting.
They have -- that they're going to get oil production back up within thirty days and Qaddafi is leaving.
They're making all of the right noises now the question is can they deliver on what they're promising.
Did you raising important issue because we always thought the threat posed Qaddafi was an Islamist regime OK well that's that's another story.
Iraq -- saying the threat is complete breakdown of civil order I know oil that's the -- And that's the threat if these guys can maintain order and if they convinced they just get the oil that's already -- in the refineries out there going to be fine.
This is a country that you know pumped one point eight million barrels per day in two in 2010.
Before the Arab spring I think.
There's great demand for Libyan oil it's very light in sulphur if they're easy to transport it's close to Europe.
I think they're gonna be fine if they can maintain stability.
You know Judith what would like on this program for clarity I mean I mean I like to know exactly what you're saying and I know exactly what you aside.
Thanks very much for joining me nice to be here looked -- backs.
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