UN to bring in monitors to observe Libya’s widely flouted ceasefire

Move part of diplomatic reboot of efforts to cajole opposing sides into forming national unity government

The United Nations will try to reboot its push towards national unity in Libya by bringing in monitors to oversee a widely flouted ceasefire and by forcing the country’s riven political leadership to find a mechanism for electing a prime minister.

UN officials said Libya was locked in a race against time to make tangible progress towards forming a national unity government and avoid the possible collapse of a three-month ceasefire.

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