“Unsteady Libya Cease-Fire Seems too be Useless”
Here’s my stand over the reading I had with Libya’s current status. This was unexpected when a landmark national cease-fire deal was signed by Libya’s two major warring groups where it paved the way for peace that would bring an end to more than nine years of civil war. The UN-sponsored talks were held between military members of the Government of National Accord in Tripoli, which occupies much of western Libya, and the Benghazi-based Libyan National Army which is quite interesting.
Although the cease-fire will be checked and Turkey may play a spoiling role, what is significant is that it offers a good opportunity for political talks aimed at preparing for elections and unifying the sovereign bodies of the state, thus eclipsing the specter of division.