The goal of the reconciliation deal between rival Palestinian factions is to give Palestinian people “proper elections” and a united political representation for negotiations with Israel.
Libya’s warring sides might be moving towards a political settlement through upcoming elections but risks for a military conflict remain.
The parliament has been split, as have most state institutions, since soon after it was elected in 2014, as Libya broke between warring factions in the east and west.
Regional experts say Palestinians will continue to suffer from the Israeli occupation despite the change of guard in the government.
Warring parties have agreed on delaying the formation of a power-sharing government by six months.
The fall of Sirte, a main DAESH stronghold in Libya, would be a major defeat for the terror group as it has also lost ground in Syria and Iraq.
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