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Arab League to cut ties with Libyan eastern Interim Government

The Arab League has voiced support for the government of the Presidential Council (PC) as the sole legitimate body in Libya, urging in its ministerial meeting 150 headed by Sudan to suspend communication with Libyan parallel institutions, referring to the Interim Government in Al-Bayda, which is appointed by the House …

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One Year Later, the UN Action Plan for Libya is Dead

In September 2017, on the sidelines of a gathering of global leaders at the UN General Assembly (UNGA), Special Representative of the UN Secretary General to Libya Ghassan Salame presented an “action plan” for Libya that aimed to surmount Libya’s political stalemate and address persistent instability.

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How can Libya be stabilised?

Over the past week, fighting in the streets of the Libyan capital Tripoli killed 26, including 15 civilians. Clashes erupted between the Seventh Brigade from the town of Tarhouna and two Tripoli-based militias, the Tripoli Revolutionaries’ Brigades and the Nawasi over the distribution of resources.

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Libyan MP: 130 MPs sign document denouncing Al-Sarraj

130 MPs in the Libyan House of Representatives signed a document stipulating their distrust of Head of the Presidential Council of the Libyan Government of National Accord, Fayez Al-Sarraj, according to  Ibrahim Al-Doursi on Wednesday.  Al-Doursi, who is The member of the Libyan House of Representatives in the eastern city of Tobruk, …

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