In early 2014, Libya was governed by the General National Congress (GNC), which won the referendum in the 2012 elections. The GNC was composed of two major political groups, the National Forces Alliance (NFC) and the Justice and Construction Party (JCP). The two major groups in Parliament had failed to reach political compromises on the more important issues facing the CNG. The fourth round of the 5+5 Libyan Joint Military Commission began on 19 October 2020 in Geneva, under the chairmanship of Williams. [69] On October 24, participants signed an agreement on an immediate permanent ceasefire throughout Libya. [70] The agreement included:[17] On December 17, 2017, General Khalifa Haftar announced the cancellation of the Skhirat agreement. [25] The Libyan peace process consists of a series of meetings, agreements and actions aimed at resolving the second Libyan civil war. . .

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