Assessing Libya's unity government, three months in

Within days of arriving in Tripoli, the administration of Libya's UN-backed prime minister-designate, Fayez al-Sarraj, had won the loyalty of the main economic institutions, cities and armed groups in western LibyaOn March 30, Libya’s prime minister-designate Fayez al-Sarraj sailed into Tripoli under naval escort and set up the headquarters of his country’s unity government. After three months in office, how has the Government of National Accord fared in tackling Libya’s long list of crises? Its allied militias have made major advances against the Islamic State group in its stronghold of Sirte — but success there would just be the start.

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