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Al-Serraj: We welcome any cooperation with Haftar and HoR

The Prime Minister of Libya’s Government of National Accord (GNA), Fayez Al-Serraj, has welcomed dialogue between the Presidential Council, House of Representatives and the military institution in the east led by Operation Dignity and its leader, Khalifa Haftar to reach a political agreement aimed at ending the ongoing crisis.

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Libyan political agreement: recipe for peace or disaster?

Unlike what some politicians may think, the Libyan revolution of February 2011 did not produce a fledgling democracy; it only opened the way for a few democratic steps, which were quickly overridden by political fragmentation and polarization, ineffective state institutions, and violence.

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In Libya ‘there are no winners today’

Libyan officials from the Government of National Accord (GNA) and the Central Bank of Libya are expected to convene in the Italian capital, Rome, to flesh out the details of an agreement aimed at pulling the North African nation out of an economic crisis.

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Libya: Why the Gaddafi loyalists are back

The situation in Libya is so chaotic that the “libyanisation” neologism is currently imposing itself. It has become a fatal combination of balkanisation – the division of a state into autonomous districts – and somalisation – the failing of a government in favour of militia groups.

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