对问题的影响

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On Monday 16 October 2017 evening, the Council of Representatives (COR) dialogue committee suspended its participation in the Tunisia-hosted peace negotiations with the Government of National Accord (GNA).

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According to the official statement and members of the COR’s committee, the dispute is focused on a lack of guarantees by the GNA on forming a new united government. Other sources present at the meetings confirmed that the GNA’s objection to annulling Article 8 of the Libyan Political Agreement led to the COR’s walkout.

Article 8

All powers of the senior military, civil and security posts stipulated in the Libyan legislations and laws in force shall be transferred to the Presidency Council of the Council of Ministers immediately upon signing this Agreement. The Presidency Council must take a decision on the occupants of such posts within a period that does not exceed twenty (20) days. In case a decision is not reached during this period, the Presidency Council shall take decisions on new appointments within a period that does not exceed thirty (30) days, while taking into account the Libyan legislations in force.”

In essence, Article 8 would “[reset] the military leadership of the country—and more importantly, the position currently held by General Haftar as head of the armed forces,” explained analyst Mattia Toaldo.

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This noteworthy action of the COR’s dialogue committee serves as a reminder of Haftar’s effect on any comprehensive peace process. Although this event has a minimal level of intensity, it escalates the likelihood of a failed peace talks—and ultimately, continued war in Libya.

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Libyan Political Agreement, December 17, 2015

Mattia Toaldo, “Libya’s Political Stalemate,” Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, February 3, 2016

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他是一名独立的研究人员和作家,在美国自由大学攻读公共政策-国际事务硕士学位。他曾为一个非营利性国际组织撰写政治经济分析报告,为美国国会委员会编撰关于博科圣地的非官方分析报告,并为《外交政策杂志》撰写文章。在哈德逊研究所实习期间,他研究了关键的区域安全问题,并在其政治-军事分析中心分析了复杂的国际挑战。

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