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Mohamed Mesrati

Mohammed Mesrati was born in 1990 in Tripoli, Libya. He started to publish his stories online on Kikah and in 2007 in Al-Quds al-Arabi. He recently published his first collection of short stories while completing a first novel and writing his blogspot ‘My Camomile Tea’. He lives and works in London and studies Creative Writing and English Literature.

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10 January 2012

Libya: Draft Electoral Law Criticized

A few days ago, the Libyan government released a draft of a new election law for public debate. The aim was for citizens to discuss it and find out the...

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