Kamel Abdallah's Articles

Local political efforts as well as diplomatic and intelligence moves by foreign powers have been made this month in an attempt to end Libya’s political stalemate. Those efforts included meetings of local players, leaders of international and regional intelligence services, and diplomatic figures.

The UN and Germany are trying to revive Berlin process.

New initiatives in Libya may be on their way to breaking the political stalemate in the country and issue in legislative and presidential elections.

Cairo remains in contact with players from across Libya’s political spectrum, writes Kamel Abdallah

What the new UN envoy to Libya might expect.

Clashes broke out between forces loyal to Libyan National Unity Prime Minister Abdel-Hamid Dbeibah and prime minister designated by the Tobruk parliament Fathi Bashagha last weekend, reports Kamel Abdallah

Tunisians voted on a new constitution this week that gives the country’s president much greater powers, writes Kamel Abdallah in Tunis

An unprecedented rapprochement has occurred between Abdul-Hamid Al-Dbeibah and Khalifa Haftar.

Al-Ahram Weekly keeps up with the worsening situation in Libya.

Kamel Abdallah asks what will come of the Libyan transition.

Kamel Abdallah on the third round of talks on the Libya constitution taking place in Cairo.

Tunisian President Kais Saied announced the beginning of the country’s national dialogue this week with a view to the promulgation of a new constitution.

Kamel Abdallah considers the possibilities.

Tunisian President Kais Saied has announced the formation of three committees to help steer the country’s national dialogue, reports Kamel Abdallah

The Ukraine war will cast a dark shadow on the political, security, and economic situation in Libya should Russia use it as an excuse further to intervene.

After last year’s postponement of Libya’s parliamentary and presidential elections, a new roadmap for the country may now be the only way forward, writes Kamel Abdallah

The postponement of the publication of the candidates for the Libyan presidential elections has ended a year characterised by continuing delays and tensions.

Libya’s complicated political terrain and unstable security conditions are adding to the obstacles threatening the country’s first presidential elections, writes Kamel Abdallah

Al-Ahram Weekly keeps up with the latest developments in Libya

Continuing disagreements between the countries attending last week’s Paris Summit meeting on Libya have cast doubt on the country’s electoral process

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