Rafik Hariri Nonresident Senior Fellow Hafed Al-Ghwell writes for Al Jazeera on the need to implement sanctions against Libyan war criminals:

Libya’s rivals are continuing their meetings in Morocco under United Nations sponsorship led by Bernardino Leon, UN special envoy to Libya, whose mandate is about to expire at the end of March.

According to multiple people involved with whom I have spoken over the weekend, the discussions revolve around three main sticking points: legitimacy, a unity government, and putting an end to the fighting.

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