An update from BCI

Guest post on BCI's website

On December 17th, the much-anticipated Libyan Political Agreement (LPA) was signed in Al-Shkirat, Morocco. The international community congratulated the Libyans involved in the negotiations for their courage and pledged increased support to the nascent Government of National Accord (GNA). The mood back in Libya was much more reserved. Outspoken opponents of the deal labeled it as foreign intervention. Some, such as the presidents of the competing legislative bodies, pushed for their own hastily conceived agreement – calling it the Libyan-Libyan agreement. But what did the public think?

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