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ARA: تحالف القوى الوطنية في ليبيا هو تحالف تأسس في فبراير 2012 من مجموعة من الأحزاب والمنظمات والجمعيات المدنية الغير حكومية والشخصيات المستقلة والتي شكلت فيما بينها تحالفاً سياسياً بهدف خوض انتخابات المؤتمر الوطني العام متفقة على الإيمان بمبادئ المواطنة والدّيمقراطية وحقوق الإنسان، وصياغة دستور جديد للبلاد. يميل هذا التحالف إلى الفكر الليبرالي ينادي "بإسلام معتدل وديمقراطية ودولة مدنية". صوت للتحالف المحسوب على التيار المدني غالبية ...
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