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Libya peace deal put in doubt as rival parliament leaders unanimously reject UN-led talks

As Libyan lawmakers gather in Morocco to sign a UN-sponsored peace agreement aimed at ending the Libyan civil war, opponents of the deal celebrate an unprecedented meeting between the presidents of Libya’s two rival legislatures that took place on Tuesday in the Maltese capital Valletta.

Western leaders at Rome meeting confident Libya peace deal to be signed on Wednesday

World leaders meeting in Rome on Sunday urged Libyan dialogue parties to rally behind a UN-brokered peace deal that is meant to be signed on Wednesday, highlighting the threat that the Libyan conflict poses to its people and to the world.

Are Libyan factions being forced to sign a UN deal?

The US, Italy and their allies are trying to press rival Libyan factions into signing a UN-brokered peace deal.

Statement on a Political Deal for Libya

The International Crisis Group considers the international conference on 13 December in Rome an opportunity to bring together a divided Libya through an inclusive political process. Under the co-chairmanship of Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, it will bring together the “P5+5” group that …

HoR and GNC could be breaking up Kobler tells UN Security Council

The House of Representatives and the General National Congress are in danger of breaking up, new UNSMIL chief Martin Kobler has told the UN Security Council.

Shouaib attacks GNC/HoR rival deal proposal

In a rare press conference, Emhemed Shouaib, the Deputy President of the House of Representatives (HoR), added his voice to those criticising the proposal agreed in Tunis between a group of members from both the HoR and the General National Congress (GNC) to appoint a unity government and adopt an …

In depth: Rival lawmakers sign controversial peace proposal in Tunis

A group of members of Libya’s two rival legislatures on Saturday signed a joint declaration of principles, which they say will pave the way for a full political agreement and a unity government to end the Libyan conflict.