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Libya

Faiez Mustafa el Serraj

Date of Birth: 20/02/1960
Place of Birth: Tripoli


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Life as a client state looms

Neither Haftar's eastern-based Libyan National Army (LNA) militia nor its adversaries in the United Nations-recognised Government of National Accord (GNA) led by  Faiez el Serraj are set to chart the country's foreseeable future (AC Vol 60 No 25 Another day of reckoning)...


Another day of reckoning

From Doha where the GNA head had gone to confer with his closest allies Qatar and Turkey Faiez el Serraj accused Haftar of 'delusional fantasies' (AC Vol 60 No 14 Air strikes risk escalation & Vol 60 No 16 Proxies battle over Tripoli)...


Trump talks peace

Victoria Coates deputy national security advisor for Middle East and North African affairs at the National Security Council has held a rapid series of meetings with the head of the GNA Faiez el Serraj its Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha and then General Haftar on 24 November...


Washington’s man wades in

  He has thrown US weight behind plans for an international conference in Berlin later this month or early November to force foreign players in Libya – primarily Turkey Qatar Egypt the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia – to stop providing Faiez el Serraj's Government of National Accord (GNA) and General Khalifa Haftar's Libyan National Army (LNA) with weapons and other material support fuelling the conflict...


Proxies battle over Tripoli

Impasse on the ground and pleas for a ceasefire from UN special envoy Ghassan Salamé and numerous regional and international governments have failed to budge either Haftar or the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord (GNA) led by Faiez el Serraj (AC Vol 59 No 7 Doubts about unity deal)...

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The Crown Prince’s power play

As the LNA's effort to replace internationally recognised Government of National Accord (GNA) and Presidency Council head Faiez el Serraj faltered sources have told Africa Confidential the UAE stepped in with more direct military support (AC Vol 60 No 8 Haftar stakes it all)...


Air strikes risk escalation

After the initial surprise attack which allowed Haftar to establish a foothold in the southern outskirts of Tripoli around the disused international airport the defenders stopped his advance supported by forces from Misrata by Islamists and other militants from Benghazi Derna and elsewhere buying time for the Government of National Accord (GNA) and the UN-created Presidency Council (PC) headed by Faiez el Serraj (AC Vol 60 No 8 Haftar stakes it all)...


Haftar stakes it all

On 4 April two months after his forces swept through the south of Libya he dispatched his Libyan National Army (LNA) to seize control of the rest of the country ordering it to take the capital Tripoli the powerbase of the rival Government of National Accord (GNA) and UN-created Presidency Council (PC) headed by Faiez el Serraj...


Haftar puts south in the game

It was the catalyst for a dramatic change in the strategic balance between General Khalifa Haftar's Libyan National Army (LNA) and the UN-backed Presidency Council (PC) led by Faiez el Serraj and based in Tripoli (AC Vol 59 No 23 Posturing in Palermo)...


Posturing in Palermo

The main Libyan actors were all in attendance with Faiez el Serraj chairman of the UN-backed Presidency Council making the trip along with the heads of the country's two parliaments Aguila Saleh Issa from the eastern House of Representatives and Khalid al Mishri from the western assembly the High Council of State...


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