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Libya’s rival leaders ‘commit to ceasefire and elections’

BY ANDREW CHEETHAM ON 26 JULY 2017 GMT
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‘The two main rivals in conflict-ridden Libya are committed to a ceasefire and holding elections “as soon as possible”, according to a draft statement released before they began talks brokered by French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday.

The communique says Libya’s UN-backed Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj and Khalifa Haftar, the military commander based in the remote east of the vast country, accept that only a political solution can end the crisis.

Diplomatic sources said the two sides had agreed on a joint statement at the talks in a chateau outside Paris but that the text being circulated was not the final version.

The 10-point version seen by AFP says the ceasefire would not apply to counter-terrorism efforts.

It also says the two sides are committed to developing the rule of law in a country where dozens of armed groups have proliferated in the power vacuum created by the toppling of longtime dictator Moamer Kadhafi in 2011.’



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Re: Libya’s rival leaders ‘commit to ceasefire and elections’
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The planned recolonization of Libya headed by France's new globalist lackey.
 

BBC plays dumb about Libya
« Reply #2 on: Apr 15, 2019, 12:41:05 pm »
 

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BBC conveniently forgets the role that it and other media outlets played in helping overthrow of Gaddafi and destruction of a sovereign nation.

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Why is Libya so lawless?

https://bbc.com/news/world-africa-24472322

Libya has been beset by chaos since Nato-backed forces overthrew long-serving ruler Col Muammar Gaddafi in October 2011.

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The oil-rich country, a key departure point for some of the thousands of migrants travelling to Europe, once had one of the highest standards of living in Africa, with free healthcare and free education.

Is anyone in control?

Only Libya's myriad armed militias really hold sway - nominally backing two centres of political power in the east and west with parallel institutions.

Tripoli administration, the internationally recognised government, known as the Government of National Accord (GNA)

This is under the leadership of Prime Minister Fayez Sarraj, an engineer by profession. He arrived in Tripoli in March 2016, four months after a UN-brokered deal to form a unity government, to set up his administration. Over the last three years he has worked to gain the support of the various militias and politicians, but he has little real power over the whole country or of the forces ostensibly under his control.

Tobruk administration, includes the parliament elected in 2014 after disputed elections

When those who held power in Tripoli refused to give it up in 2014, the newly elected MPs moved to the port of Tobruk, 1,000km (620 miles) away, along with the old government. In 2015 some of these MPs backed the UN deal for a unity government, but the parliament has since refused to recognise it and has been blocking efforts to organise fresh elections because it wants military strongman Gen Khalifa Haftar, who leads a powerful force called the Libyan National Army (LNA), to be guaranteed a senior role in any new set-up.

But the stability that led to its prosperity has been shattered and the capital, Tripoli, is now the scene of serious fighting between rival forces as negotiations to build a post-Gaddafi Libya stall.

Some go as far as to suggest that Gen Haftar has ambitions to be "the Sisi of Libya", a reference to Gen Abdul Fattah al-Sisi, who seized power in neighbouring Egypt.

And it is guns that matter. Some security analysts describe Libya as an arms bazaar. It is awash with weapons looted from Gaddafi's arsenal and from allies in the region supporting rival factions.

Militia allegiances often shift out of convenience and with the need to survive.

More at the link ----> https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-24472322



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Re: BBC plays dumb about Libya ?
« Reply #3 on: Apr 16, 2019, 04:25:50 pm »
 

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BBC conveniently forgets the role that it and other media outlets played in helping overthrow of Gaddafi and destruction of a sovereign nation.

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Why is Libya so lawless?

https://bbc.com/news/world-africa-24472322

Libya has been beset by chaos since Nato-backed forces overthrew long-serving ruler Col Muammar Gaddafi in October 2011.

More at the link ----> https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-24472322



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I do not think so that TV Network "forget" what happened in Libya. BBC just checking the public.



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