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Al-Sarraj discusses the GNA’s 3-phase plan

The President of the Presidential Council (PC), Fayez Al-Sarraj said that the Government of National Accord (GNA), has proposed a three-aspect plan concerning economy, security and national reconciliation to the House of Representatives (HoR), asserting that ending the authorities’ duality is the top priority of the GNA.

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The Libyan national accord government is threatened with collapse

Matters are getting complicated for the Libyan national accord government due to the refusal of the Tripoli parliament and its own government to recognise it. This is despite the support the national accord government has received from some of the Tubruk parliament members. The Tubruk government has not yet announced …

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Final report of the Panel of Experts on Libya provides grim reading

The 215-page final report of the UN Panel of Experts on Libya to the President of the Security Council was released recently. The report provided grim reading on the situation in Libya.

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Hopes raised for end of Libya conflict as smaller unity government announced

Libya’s presidency council announced a new smaller unity government on Monday that the international community hopes will bring the war-torn country one step closer to ending an 18-month conflict.

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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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No UN sanctions yet, HoR cannot unilaterally amend Libya deal: Kobler

The UN is not yet looking at sanctions against Libyan figures viewed as trying to sabotage the Libyan Political Agreement, UN Envoy Martin Kobler has said. The aim at present, he explained at a press conference this morning in Tunis, is to broaden its support basis so that as many …

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