International Business Times quotes Rafik Hariri Center Nonresident Fellow Mohamed Eljarh on the difficulties of implementing the UN’s proposed government terms:

Beyond the initial political hurdles are those of security. The plans for the unity government stipulate that the seat of power would be in Tripoli, currently in the hands of Islamist militias aligned with Misrata. The Libya dawn coalition, as it is known, expelled the House of Representatives last year and its leaders have already indicated they will have nothing to do with the UN deal.

Rafik Hariri Center Nonresident Fellow Mohamed Eljarh told IBTimes UK the UN’s security terms would be difficult to implement. “You have the hardliners in Tripoli who will make sure that the deal will not go through and even if it were to go through, it will mean nothing on the ground in Tripoli,” he said “They look good but they are very difficult to implement and it is very ambitious,” he added.

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