What exactly is happening now in Libya is difficult to know for sure. While there are glowing reports about how the UN-brokered Government of National Accord (GNA) is consolidating its power, events in the east threaten to break up the country.
|The Libyan Observer in a recent article claims that militia associated with Khalifa Haftar are threatening to wage a relentless war on the GNA of Prime Minister Faiez Serraj. The Observer, which often supports the rival General National Congress (GNC), also announced that the GNC has resigned. No doubt this means it has relinquished power to the UN-brokered GNA. That section and another section 8 that gave power|
State Council, acting as GNC, amends the constitutional declaration to include Skhirat agreement, ignoring Tobruk parliament