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Skhirat Draft initialled; GNC left aside

A number of mayors and municipal representatives including those from Misrata, Central Tripoli, Sebha, Ajdabiya, Emsalata and Zliten, as well as party political figures such as Mohamed Sawan, the leader of of the Justice and Construction Party, and Hafez Ghaddour Hafez (the former Libyan ambassador in Rome) for the National Forces Alliance also …

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Libya’s Tripoli assembly rejects UN peace plan, urges talks

The parliament based in the Libyan capital Tripoli has rejected a UN proposal to settle the nation’s political crisis but has expressed the desire for more talks towards an accord with its rival assembly in eastern Libya.

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Can Leon achieve a limited agreement in Libya?

Will this be the right time for a peace deal in Libya? An agreement between the warring factions has looked – and was presented by UN Special Envoy Bernardino Leon – as being around the corner for many months now.

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Dialogue delegates meet without GNC team; say they will sign UNSMIL Draft

Despite the absence of the General National Congress (GNC) team from the latest Dialogue meeting in Skhirat, Morocco, all the other delegates have welcomed the newest revised Draft from UN Special Envoy Bernardino Leon, and say they will sign it, with or without the GNC.

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Talks on Libya unity deal stall despite UN warnings

Representatives from one of the conflicting sides in Libya has refused to take part in planned peace talks, despite threats by the United Nations (UN) to impose sanctions on any party delaying the establishment of a unity government in the North African country.

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Op-Ed: Can a deal be secured without the GNC

The Libyan political dialogue initiated last September by Bernardino Leon, the United Nations Special Representative and Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) has reached the penultimate step to consensus. Four draft agreements have been released thus far, each of which has been subject to comments and …

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