“a national unity deal between Libya’s two rival governments”

The United Nations urged Libyan lawmakers who signed a separate peace proposal to back a U.N.-sponsored deal between the country’s warring factions, saying remaining differences could be worked out after the accord. After a year of negotiations, the United Nations has proposed a national unity deal between Libya’s two rival governments and their parliaments, one based in Tripoli, and the internationally recognized one in the east.  Western powers have backed the U.N. proposal as the only solution to a conflict that is allowing ISIS militants to gain a foothold in the North African oil producer”.

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One Response to ““a national unity deal between Libya’s two rival governments””

  1. “The biggest obstacle to confronting ISIS is Libya’s broken state” | Order and Tradition Says:

    […] to accuse their adversaries of collusion. Representatives from the two sides recently signed a UN-brokered agreement to form a unity government, which, Western officials hope, will soon issue a formal invitation for […]

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