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Libya’s wily and opportunistic elite promise elections but prepare for war

The mood in Libya’s capital, Tripoli, is sombre and uncertain. While people go about their daily routine they are busy trying to figure out if another war is coming or not. They are still reeling from the sudden eruption of violence last August between two local militias that killed and …

UN envoy concerned over stalemate in Libyan military dialogue track

The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, Abdoulaye Bathily, voiced concern about the lack of progress in adopting the action plan related to the withdrawal of mercenaries, foreign forces and fighters from Libya, saying the ceasefire agreement has continued despite …

Cavusoglu: Interim governments in Libya are not obliged to Parliament’s approval of MoUs

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu says that interim governments in Libya are not obligated to obtain approval from the Parliament to sign agreements with other countries, as he defended the recent MoU signed between his country and Libya’s Government of National Unity (GNU) on oil and gas exploration in Libyan …

High Council of State reviews possibility of forming third government

First deputy of the head of the High Council of State, Naji Mokhtar, has said that the consultative session of members of the Council on Wednesday, and the special session of the Presidential Office on Thursday showed a consensus on the need to create a single government through direct dialogue …