Libya’s two rival parliaments on Sunday announced an initial agreement to end the country’s political crises.
The agreement was signed by representatives of both parliaments, the internationally-recognised House of Representatives and the Islamist self-proclaimed General National Congress, in the Tunisian capital Tunis.
According to the agreement, a committee will be formed consisted of 10 members to decide on a government within two weeks. It also states that a committee will be formed of 10 members to revise the constitution in accordance with the nature of the current phase. Read more