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Al-Ahram Weekly keeps up with positive developments in Libya

A new government has been sworn in in Libya, with new Libyan Prime Minister Abdel-Hamid Dbeibah taking up the reins earlier this week

Though two days of intensive talks failed to bring approval to Libya’s new government, lawmakers have no choice but to come to an agreement

Kamel Abdallah keeps up with the government situation in Libya

New Libyan Prime Minister Abdel-Hamid Dbeiba has announced he will submit his new cabinet line-up as soon as possible, despite difficulties in convening the Libyan House of Representatives, writes Kamel Abdallah

Members of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum chose the members of the new Libyan executive authority in Geneva this week

Proposals have been agreed on procedures to select members of a new Libyan executive authority, reports Kamel Abdallah

Kamel Abdallah reviews the outcome of the first visit to Tripoli by a delegation of senior Egyptian officials since 2014

A final settlement remains out of reach to the Libyan conflict despite a year of negotiations between the country’s warring factions under the auspices of the UN

Talks between the two sides of the Libyan political crisis continue in Tunisia and Morocco, but little is emerging in the way of actionable plans

With the first round of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum concluded, progress has been made, but obstacles remain before a national consensus can be cemented

The UN-sponsored Libyan Political Dialogue Forum has opened, but obstacles lie ahead if its outputs are to meet a different fate from previous attempts at a political solution to the Libyan crisis

Libya’s warring parties have inked a permanent ceasefire, but obstacles remain on the road to permanent peace

As progress is made in preliminary talks on resolving the Libyan crisis, now comes the test of resolve for all actors concerned, local and otherwise

The Berlin Process aims to channel local actors towards an effective and lasting political solution to the Libyan crisis. Whether it can, amid competing international interests, remains to be seen

Despite the reported success of recent talks in Bouznika and Montreux, obstacles in the way of a political settlement in Libya remain numerous and thorny

Preliminary talks in Bouznika and Montreux reportedly succeeded in removing many obstacles to a comprehensive settlement to the Libyan civil war. But can Libya’s headline players take the next step?

Parallel meetings in Bouznika, Morocco and Geneva suggest progress can be made in breaching the Libyan divide, but the devil will remain in the details

Amid popular protests in the capital and elsewhere, divisions have emerged in Libya’s internationally recognised government, though Fayez Al-Sarraj is moving to take control

With US diplomatic efforts on a Libya ceasefire intensifying, the questions loom of who would sign and would it hold

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