"This is going to be a very difficult process to work out. There are so many uncertainties," says Professor Alex Wilde is an expert in human rights for the Woodrow Wilson Center who is currently serving as a visiting professor at Lawrence University.
Moammar Qaddafi ruled Libya with an iron fist for 42-years, but Wilde says the country can now enter a process of reconstruction.
Wilde and other experts say the newly formed Libyan government will have the chance to start out on the right foot due to the country's economic possibilities. The country is one of the largest producers of oil in Africa.