Tag Archives | Government of National Accord (GNA)

Tobruk Rejects UN Proposal

Libya's internationally-recognized parliament, the Tobruk-based House of Representatives (HoR), has reportedly decided to reject a United Nations proposal for a Government of National Accord (GNA). Reuters quotes parliament member and general rapporteur Saleh Ghalma as saying that "the majority of the HoR members rejected the U.N.-proposed unity government in today's meeting and called for the peace […]

Joint Statement on Libya

The Foreign Ministers of Algeria, France, Germany, Italy, Morocco, Qatar, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, UAE, UK and US, and the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs call upon all parties to the Libyan Political Dialogue to immediately approve the political agreement brokered by UN Special Representative Leon following the meetings of the parties in Skhirat and […]

Security Council Threaten to Sanction Individuals

Recalling their statement last week which commended Libyan dialogue participants on finalizing a political agreement for the creation of a Government of National Accord, members of the UN Security Council today urged all Libyan parties to endorse and sign it. Libya has been plagued by factional fighting since the 2011 revolution, with the situation continuing […]

EU Offers Support to Govt of National Accord

The Council of the European Union has issued a statement on Monday on the proposed Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA): "The EU welcomes and fully supports the Libyan Political Agreement that the UN SRSG Bernardino Leon presented to Libyan delegates in Skhirat on 8 October. It expresses appreciation to all those who have constructively […]

Leon Proposes Names for Govt of National Accord

Excerpts from SRSG Bernardino Leon’s Press Conference in Skhirat, Morocco, on Thursday 08 October 2015: So after a year of work in this process, after working with more than 150 Libyan personalities from all the regions, from all the political affiliations, working in six, seven different locations in Libya, six , seven different locations all […]