Libyans are set to vote tomorrow for the first time in almost half a century. The elections will produce a constituent assembly of 200 members - the first step towards writing a new constitution and establishing a democratic government.
The transition from the Gadhafi era has been pretty shaky so far, and calls for a boycott and other unrest raised fears of election day violence.
The BBC's Rana Jawad reports from Tripoli.
This segment aired on July 6, 2012.