Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Who will make Libya stable again?

Despite the silence of the West, the Libyan wound still festers.

By Jonivan Jones March 27, 2018

Almost all international disputes for several years have been linked to the war in Syria, and other problem regions have been rarely recalled.

Nevertheless, the conflicts have not ceased.  One of the spots of tension is Libya, where now civil conflict is continuing.  More precisely, it should be said that the chaos that NATO created in 2011 never ended.

The collapse of the Libyan state order did not happen suddenly and did not appear as a continuation of the so-called "Arab Spring."  It all started in the spring of 2011, when Libya was not ready for a strike.  The question remains as to how much it could be ready at all.

In fact, there is dual power in Libya: the Government of National Accord, supported by the international community and headed by the U.S. protégé Fayez Saraj, and the "Eastern Cabinet," led by Abdullah al-Tani.  He is loyal to the House of Representatives in Tobruk, which in turn is supported by the commander of the Libyan National Army, Gen. Khalifa Haftar, considered a political opponent of Saraj..................More

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