FILE - In this Wednesday, March 2 , 2011 file photo, Libyan protesters burn copies of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's "Green Book" during a demonstration against him in Benghazi, eastern Libya. A new law that excludes former officials of the Moammar Gadhafi era from public office is dividing Libya and deepening the turmoil that has plagued the country since the civil war that ousted the erratic leader. Passed by lawmakers essentially at gunpoint, it bans not just those who held office but even clerics who glorified the dictator and researchers who worked on his notorious political tract, the Green Book. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer, File)

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FILE - In this Wednesday, March 2 , 2011 file photo, Libyan protesters burn copies of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's "Green Book" during a demonstration against him in Benghazi, eastern Libya.  A new law that excludes former officials of the Moammar Gadhafi era from public office is dividing Libya and deepening the turmoil that has plagued the country since the civil war that ousted the erratic leader. Passed by lawmakers essentially at gunpoint, it bans not just those who held office but even clerics who glorified the dictator and researchers who worked on his notorious political tract, the Green Book. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer, File)
FILE - In this Wednesday, March 2 , 2011 file photo, Libyan protesters burn copies of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's "Green Book" during a demonstration against him in Benghazi, eastern Libya. A new law that excludes former officials of the Moammar Gadhafi era from public office is dividing Libya and deepening the turmoil that has plagued the country since the civil war that ousted the erratic leader. Passed by lawmakers essentially at gunpoint, it bans not just those who held office but even clerics who glorified the dictator and researchers who worked on his notorious political tract, the Green Book. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer, File)
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