U.N. Envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli, Libya March 28, 2018. (REUTERS/Hani Amar)
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Libyans to take part in public consultations to help end political deadlockLibyan nationals are to be asked for their views on the country's future in a series of U.N.-backed public consultations aimed at breaking a political stalemate and preparing for new elections after years of conflict and division.Since disputed elections in 2014 Libya has been split between competing political and military factions in the west and east of the country.Public consultations were also held ahead of Libya's first post-revolution elections in 2012, but this year's meetings are planned on a larger scale.
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