Over the course of Libya's history, there have been many issues while being under the rule of Muammar Gaddafi.
While being under Gaddafi's rule, there have many conflicts such as war that is still going on to this day.
In early 2011, the first civil war broke out under the context of the "Arab Spring" with another following in 2014, one of which is still ongoing to this day.
On February 27, 2011, Anti-Gaddafi forces formed the National Transitional Council. The reason for this was that it was meant to be an act as an authority in rebel conquered areas. Though, with this act, there have been flaws such as Gaddafi's power over the government. With Gaddafi's power, NATO captured Gaddafi's hometown of Sire and resulted in his killing.
The sites where the wars took place are quite different from each other with the first civil war taking place in Sire and the second, and the current one is taking place around Tripoli.
The cause of the Second Civil War is mainly a rivalry between groups who are trying to take control of some of Libya's territory and for the decrease of oil being produced from the oil facilities.