Libya is a country that is difficult for Quebecers to live because there are so much rules you have to do and you can’t be free if you livein Libya
A reporter wanted to interview someone from this country. After few minutes the discussion have stop because the guy told that the government watch them and they can’t talk together. The Government is very present and very authoritarian.
You can find them everywhere you go.
Residents say they do not feel like beings a human. They say they want to be a human and feellike it.
A majority of tourists coming to Libya for solar eclipses. That a thing you have to check if you come in the Libya.
Many people go in the desert for these solar eclipses. It’s anatural phenomene and they are happy to have this in their country.
We can find in Libya so many coffees, which is very popular. In these coffee, the majoritary of the people smoke water pipes.(Shisha)
People describe solar eclipse as a bullet in the sky, something black so beautiful!
1- What is a solar eclipse?
2- Do you think that the government in Lybia is tooauthoritarian?
3- What do you think about our government?
1- . In 2003, after decades of economic sanctions and living in the political wilderness
2- the English National Opera isstaging Gaddafi the opera in London next month.
3- Who better to explore the mysteries of present-day Libya than our roving world-music reporter Marco Werman
4- And what better way to get insidethe country than to tag along with the 10,000 astronomy
5- tea shops and Byzantine alleyways of the capital, with a government minder in tow, Werman gets to work
6- Werman implores as merchants duckinside their storefronts.
7- a reverent hush falls over the crowd
8- Undeterred, our reporter heads to the annual international trade expo in town,
9- the celestial stage was set for something far...