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Ready or not, Libya to hold elections in spring

Libya is set to hold elections in the spring of 2018, although political and security instability bode ill for the process.

A voter in a traditional costume places his ballot in the box at a polling station inside a school in Sabha, southern Libya, June 25, 2014.(photo by REUTERS/Saddam Alrashdy)

According to the signed in Morocco on Dec. 17, 2015, Libya should have held its referendum on its new constitution as well as legislative and presidential elections by now. By this time, the (GNA) should have already been replaced by an elected one. The GNA was formed under the leadership of Fayez al-Sarraj

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