EU close to imposing sanctions against Libyan troublemakers

Libya’s inability to form a government has become a very sensitive issue with drastic consequences on the international community. Despite the international pressure, Libya seems to slowly reach a deadlock — mainly due to internal divergences of opinions — and some EU Member States are set to push to impose sanctions onto those impeding the formation of a government. In this special edition of Café DiplomaticNicolas Gros-Verheyde, Editor-in-Chief of Bruxelles2 and Johanna Bouquet, journalist for Bruxelles2, provide a quick, in-depth, analysis of the Libyan state-of-play.

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