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Vague fate for the GNA and the agreement

The fate of the Government of National Accord (GNA) seems unresolved after the House of Representatives (HoR) refused to endorse the proposed government. Calls of amending the political agreement seem to unrest the political sphere in Libya too. A report by Libya Al-khbar website elaborates on the scene.

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Libyan Parliament rejects UN-backed Unity Government, demands smaller Cabinet

Libya’s internationally recognized parliament has rejected the country’s new unity government, installed by a December United Nations peace deal, scuppering plans for a speedy political resolution to an 18-month civil war.

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Can the new UN-backed government solve Libya’s problems?

A new UN-backed Libyan government was unveiled earlier this week. It is the result of over a years worth of mediation on the part of the United Nations in efforts to stabilise the country. It is tasked with ending the civil war and stemming its side effects, such as the …

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National Unity Government built on cronyism and will fail says Presidency Council member Aswad

Presidency Council member Omar Al-Aswad, who suspended his membership of the body earlier this week over the composition of the new government of national unity, has accused other members of behaving dishonestly in the matter. There had been moral and political corruption in the way they had acted, he said. The …

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Kobler to continue efforts to bring opponents onboard Skhirat agreement; pursues security as the top issue

Despite the setback on Friday when the General National Congress president Nuri Abu Sahmain and his allies rejected an appeal by UN Special Envoy Martin Kobler to back the Libyan Political Agreement (LPA) and the national unity government, Kobler says he will continue trying to convince them and others opposed …

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Eastern deputy PMs in presidency council rows over appointments

Reports that the two deputy prime ministers from eastern Libya in the presidency council headed by Faiez Serraj have resigned and left Tunis in a row over the role of General Khalifa Hafter and government appointments are, it turns out, somewhat wide of the mark.

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