This article is a response to another article titled "After Gaddafi, Libyans still prefer one-man rule", published in various newspapers and online on around 16th of February, and the source is claimed to be "London Agencies, PTI".
You can find one instance of the aforementioned article here
First, the title is misleading. In case the writer is referring to autocracy by one-man rule, one must ask, is he trying to say that Libyans still prefer dictatorship?
After all that they went through; the revolution, the war, after people risked and lost their lives to oust Qaddafi; Libyans would still like to have another one?
The writer contradicts himself with the explanation of the title itself: "35 per cent would still like a strong leader or (leaders) for the country in five years' time."
But we should not fail to realize, that the term 'one-man rule' is not necessarily used in the context of dictatorship only – albeit, in that title it was intended to refer to that sense, noting the comparison made with Qaddafi.