Libya to dominate AU summit
The Libyan political crisis will dominate the African Union’s (AU) summit starting in Equatorial...
The Libyan political crisis will dominate the African Union's (AU) summit starting in Equatorial Guinea on Wednesday.
There are growing calls from continental leaders for Muammar Gaddafi to step down.
The summit in Malabo will hear the report of the AU panel seeking a peaceful settlement in the North African state.
On Sunday, President Jacob Zuma announced that the Libyan strongman had agreed to stay out of peace talks.
Officials in Pretoria said this signalled the end for Gaddafi.
But AU leaders are expected to maintain a united front on the continent's most burning issue.