In December 2015, Libya’s conflicting parties signed a UN-brokered deal in the Moroccan city of Skhirat to end the political crises in Libya.
UN envoy to Libya Ghassan Salame proposed a roadmap for Libya in September.
It includes amendment of the current UN-sponsored political agreement, holding a UN-sponsored national conference for all of Libya’s political factions, and adopting a constitution and election of a president and a parliament.
The action plan is aimed at ending the current political crisis of the country.
Tunisia has hosted UN-sponsored dialogue meetings recently between representatives of Libya’s eastern-based parliament and Tripoli-based Higher Council of State to discuss final drafts to amend the current political agreement.