Libya: A decade of woes at dusk
In this week’s paper, we take a look at Libya, where events have taken a remarkable turn, focusing on:
- The end of the five-year political deadlock with the appointment of an interim Government of National Unity (GNU) headed by Prime Minister Abdulhamid Dbeibeh.
- The implications of the agreement on putting forward a unified interim state budget and the Central Bank of Libya’s reforms.
- How the peace process could provide further stability in Libya’s oil sector, by reducing the likelihood that militias resume fighting or close down oil fields and refineries.
Florence Eid-Oakden, Ph.D, Chief Economist
Ghalia Al Bajali, Leila Lajevardi, Analysts
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