Signing of Libya peace deal hold on Thursday

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RABAT – Libyan stakeholders on Monday could not agree on the signing of UN-brokered Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) after the delegation of the National General Congress (NGC) asked for more time to consult on the MoU.
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The UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) accepted the request made by the NGC and postponed the signing of the UN-backed MoU up until Thursday.
The talks are being held under the auspices of UNSMIL.
Libyan parties were said to have agreed in principle on the formation of a broad coalition government and were expected to sign the MoU as a prelude to the final agreement.
Most of the disagreements have focused on the second legislature, its authority and the legitimacy of the Chamber of Representatives, otherwise known as the parliament, and the control it exerted on the nation’s armed forces. (PANA/NAN)
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