The Libyan Crisis: The Moroccan Negotiations Likely to Lead to Nowhere

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The Libyan government based in the east of the country and affiliated to the House of Representatives (HoR) is ready to join the negotiating table in Morocco, after it decided not to attend it. Or so it seems. It now has a top military leader, General Khalifa Haftar that it promoted despite the West’s insistence not to do so, and it made its intentions clear that some of the terms sought by the British and the Americans to impose the Muslim Brotherhood in government may not be acceptable.

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