Repeal of a Quaddafi-era law regulating polygamy – by requiring a first wife’s consent before a man took additional wives –has surfaced along with a prohibition on charging interest as part  of the new interim government’s plans for a return to a more strongly shariah-based legal system in Libya.  See Richard Spencer, Libya’s liberation: interim ruler unveils more radical than expected plans for Islamic law (Telegraph Oct. 23, 2011); and Adam Nossiter, Hinting at an End to Curb on Polygamy, Interim Libyan Leader Stirs Anger (NY Times Oct. 29, 2011).