Libya: Tripoli deserts negotiations in Morocco, source

Delegation head Salah Al Makhzoum resigned yesterday

27 August, 15:40

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    CAIRO - Libya's General National Congress (GNC), the internationally unrecognized parliament in Tripoli, "won't participate today in negotiations in Morocco," a well-informed Libyan diplomatic source said Thursday.
    The source, who requested to remain anonymous, said, "the Congress won't take part in the dialogue in Morocco" because "the draft agreement lacks some guarantees that would protect them".
    Yesterday, GNC delegation leader Salah Al Makhzoum resigned, as did Mohamed Mozeb, a member of the delegation.

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