sábado, 10 de outubro de 2015

Libya: a Government of national unity still no consensus

But the Executive with a President and three Deputy Prime Ministers is far from able to put an end to the Division which has lasted for more than a year between the two rival executives, based in Tripoli and in Tobruk.

According to the UN Envoy to Libya, Bernardino Leon,

"It was not an easy task. The options were not endless and perfection might not be a possibility, but I think that this is a reasonable list of names of politicians and personalities who, I'm sure, will do my best to get the country out of this crisis. "

An understanding that is, however, far from being ratified by the members of the National Congress, the Executive based in Tripoli and that until now was not recognized by the international community.

To one of three Deputy Prime Ministers proposed by the UN, Mussa al-Kouni:

"It is now that the real work is about to start. It is now up to the Libyans, represented by the two parliaments decide whether they approve or not this Government, without this step we can't start working ".

The agreement is considered crucial to put an end to the instability in the country, divided since a year ago, when the armed group Aurora took Libya Tripoli, installing in the capital its Parliament and the Executive.

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