Will negative international interventions hinder resolving Libya’s crisis?

International mediations between the Libyan Prime Minister Fathi Bashagha and the Head of the unity government, Abdel Hamid Dabaiba, are still taking place between the two parties to push for a peaceful transfer of power. However, what is remarkable in this regard is what has been reported by the French newspaper “L’Opinion”, which indicated that Dabaiba’s days in power are numbered, saying this is a proposal reinforced by Turkey’s communication with Bashagha.

The newspaper pointed out that Ankara is putting positive pressure on Dabaiba to persuade him to leave power, although he still rejects this idea.

Political analyst Salem Al-Ghazal said that the recent Turkish rapprochement with the Libyan east will make Ankara line up next to the Prime Minister-designate from the House of Representatives, Fathi Bashagha.

In an interview with Al-Ain website, Al-Ghazal attributed the reason for this rapprochement to the economic distress that Turkey is going through, which has pushed it to making solid ties with all local and regional parties.

While the human rights activist, Mohammed Salih, said in an interview with the same website that Libya suffers from unprecedented international interference, which has impeded all efforts to move to the elections stage, saying that the world was surprised by the formation of the Libyan government as it was preoccupied with the war between Russia and Ukraine and this had prompted the situation in Libya to be frozen until a new UN envoy was named.

Analyst Abdullah Al-Khafifi said that the crisis of the two governments in Libya will end if Dabaiba is pressured by the major countries, which he accused of delaying the efforts aimed at resolving the Libyan crisis, or that they want a solution through their work alone. He said that the UN advisor Stephanie Williams and the active countries in Libya should recognize the Libyan government.

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