Libya’s PM says conditions for elections not yet ripe – paper

ROME (Reuters) – Conditions in Libya are too unstable to hold elections, Prime Minister Fayez Seraj was cited as saying on Wednesday, casting doubts on a French-led push for a vote in December which aims to end years of turmoil and unify the North African country.

Prime Minister of Libya’s unity government Fayez Seraj speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office in the naval base of Tripoli, Libya, June 3, 2016. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny/File Photo

French President Emmanuel Macron hosted a conference in May where rival Libyan factions agreed to work with the United Nations for a…

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