The Financial Times quotes Rafik Hariri Center Nonresident Fellow Mohamed Eljarh on disputes over who is controlling Libya and how that has affected the country’s oil revenues:

The price of failing to find an agreement is likely to be high. “There is a sense of uncertainty over who is actually governing Libya.” said Mohamed Eljarh, a Libyan analyst and non-resident fellow at the Atlantic Council. “But there are those on both sides who understand that [Mr] León’s efforts should succeed because if there is no consensual power-sharing agreement, the alternative is to lose everything.”

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