Outcome in Sirte to determine Libya’s future
In an article published on 24 September with Inside Arabia, Alessandro Bruno recounts the different stages of Libya’s peace process over the course of the past months, opening a discussion on the conditions for stabilization in the conflict-torn country. Bruno’s report comes to agree with Jason Pack’s research, as he also demonstrates that Libya’s core divisions are linked to the issue of fair distribution of revenue, especially oil revenues as Libya is a rentier state. As a result, Bruno argues that the orientation given to the current tensions in Sirte will likely determine Libya’s chances to find a consensus on a solution to its crisis.
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