Are Africa's regional bodies useless?
The African Union with the United Nations are sending missions to Libya to assess the situation there, as more violence is reported across the north African country.
The AU in particular has come under heavy critcism for perceived inaction over the Libyan crisis in particular as well as its less than robust stance on the deteriorating security situation in Ivory Coast.
How should the AU and other regional bodies handle the current crises in the continent? Should decisions about peace and security be made by regional bodies and not the AU? Do you trust the AU? Do you think it is fit for purpose?
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