It will be particularly interesting to see what happens in the area of central Libya and Sirte
Media mentions – Libya
In Libya, Italy and France are trying to save what can be saved: reaching elections that do not compromise the path undertaken so far
In Libya, the situation is very complex and the elections risk to become an opportunity for greater political fragmentation
The risk of having a really poorly prepared election, that doesn’t engage the public, that can’t produce security guarantees, […] the risk of doing that is far greater than a planned postponement
The growing rift between CP Chairman Mohammed el-Menfi and Dbeibah flared up, with el-Menfi jumping on a flimsy excuse to suspend Minister al-Mangoush
They see the lack of consensus on the electoral law merely as a difficult detail. They dismiss it with phrases like ‘a country like Libya will never have perfect elections.
It’s kind of hard to be president of a country when you can’t do anything with the public
Frankly, it’s just about a somewhat functioning government and a few reforms. Not the kind of comprehensive reforms we were talking about six months ago.
It’s more and more unlikely by the day. There just isn’t enough time.
He would win with a small majority, and the revolutionary groups would start an immediate war