Libyan Rebels, in Show of Unity, Plan for Transition - WSJ.com

...the leadership in Benghazi doesn't yet have official backing from regions still under Col. Gadhafi's control, setting out a process to fill 25 empty posts intended to represent those areas on the 65-seat body. Under the plan, current members of the council would be proscribed from running in the first two rounds of national elections and accepting political appointments in those governments.
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According to the document, an expanded National Transitional Council—including new representatives from Gadhafi-held areas—would govern for eight months after Col. Gadhafi's fall, during which time elections would be held to select a constitutional committee and choose a 200-member interim national congress. District representation in the congress would be divvied up based on a 2010 population census.

Libyan Rebels, in Show of Unity, Plan for Transition - WSJ.com

The congress would govern for an interim period of less than a year, during which time a new draft constitution would be voted on in a national referendum and the new permanent government of Libya would be elected in line with the parameters laid out in that constitution.

Libyan Rebels, in Show of Unity, Plan for Transition - WSJ.com.

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