Saleh al-Makzom, deputy president of Libya's General National Congress (GNC), speaks during UN-brokered talks in Skhirat, near Rabat, Morocco June 25, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer
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Leon said that there were only two or three remaining stumbling blocks and that he hoped those could be addressed when the talks resume in Morocco Thursday.Plunged into chaos since the overthrow of Moammar Gadhafi's regime in 2011, Libya has two parliaments -- and two governments -- vying for power, one in Tripoli and one in the eastern port city of Tobruk, which is recognized by the international community.The delegation from the Tripoli parliament complained it had not been consulted by UN mediators about changes they had made to an initial draft.
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