Libya parties sign deal without Tripoli government

Al Jazeera reports: Some of Libya’s warring factions have agreed on a framework for a peace deal following months of talks in Morocco, the United Nations says.

Representatives of municipal councils and the UN-backed government based in Tobruk initialled a draft deal stipulating a transitional period for the establishment of a democratic state in the country.

But a key player – the General National Congress (GNC), the legally installed government in Tripoli – and its allied Libya Dawn militia were not part of the agreement. [Continue reading…]

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