Financial Times quotes Rafik Hariri Center Nonresident Fellow Mohamed Eljarh on the UN envoy to Libya’s unity government plan:

Mohamed Eljarh, a Libya-based analyst at the Atlantic Council’s Middle East centre, praised Mr León’s proposal as an acceptable compromise. But he pointed out that key features, including the balance of powers between the four proposed executive powers and legislature, still needed to be fleshed out.

“The lack of details will make these proposals vulnerable to attacks by hardliners on the different sides,” he said.

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