Libya now has three governments, none of which can actually govern
Libya’s new “unity government” arrived in the country this week aiming to bring together warring factions. The product of United Nations-brokered peace talks that concluded late last year, its nine members led by Prime Minister-designate Fayez al-Sarraj had been tasked with heading to Tripoli and taking control of state institutions. But they made an inauspicious start.…
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