Libya Civil Conflict: An Update

Since the fall of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, Libya has been in a constant state of instability and conflict. In the time since then, two rival governments have formed. The Tobruk-based House of Representatives and the Tripoli-based General National Congress continue to compete for legitimacy and control over Libya’s institutions. The country has postponed the national elections that were scheduled for 2018 because conflict and disagreement have created significant obstacles. Armed militias loyal to either government have continued to sow division and create challenges for stability and legitimate governance in Libya.

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