Libya’s political deadlock and recent crises have been neglected by the world following what is happening in Ukraine. This is what is currently taking place in the war torn nation.
Without elections, is Libya headed towards a de facto partition?
After elections were postponed, parallel governments emerge and an international body is accused of partisanship.
Many in the country were hopeful during the revolt against the Libyan dictator, Muammar Gaddafi, but time has eroded that optimism.
Seventeen presidential hopefuls have urged the electoral commission to reveal the reasons why there will be no election on December 24 as scheduled.
An electoral law gave rise to protests against candidacy applications made for a presidential run by what they describe as war criminals.
Libya faces several obstacles ahead of the elections in December as the attitudes and actions of some international actors contribute to the country's instability.
For regional experts, warlord Khalifa Haftar is sending his forces to fight against Daesh only to hide his 'war crimes' and stay relevant in Libya.
Mahmoud al Werfalli's killing underscores the risks of violent escalation on the ground that poses the biggest challenge to Libya's new unity government.
The UN's decision evoked criticism with regional experts telling TRT World that Libya will slide into more chaos if Aguila Saleh is allowed to shape the country's future.
If Biden could rein in the likes of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman and Egypt’s Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, experts say he may pressure such leaders to reduce their involvement in Libya.
Although the negotiations to find a political solution for Libya are ongoing, warlord Khalifa Haftar’s militias, including foreign mercenaries, are building a warlike momentum in the region.
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