Libyans have been voting in their first free national election for 60 years.
They are selecting a temporary assembly which will have the task of picking a cabinet and a prime minister.
Voting began late in some cities where gunmen prevented voters, and one person was killed in a shooting close to a polling station in Ajdabiya.
Nevertheless, overall turnout has been described as high, with voters choosing their first government since Col Gaddafi came to power in 1969.
“I feel free at last. It’s a feeling I cannot describe: Like a human being,” Asmaddin Arifi told the BBC.