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Chiefs of rival Libya parliaments meet for first time: TV

Libyan protesters shout slogans during a demonstration against a UN-sponsored agreement on forming a national unity government, on December 11, 2015 in the capital TripoliThe heads of Libya’s rival parliaments met for the first time Tuesday ahead of the expected signing of a UN plan for a national unity government, Libyan television reported. Aqila Salah, who heads the internationally recognised parliament sitting in the east, met Nuri Abu Sahmein of the Tripoli-based General National Congress, the report said. The Annaba channel showed them meeting in Malta in the presence of representatives of both chambers ahead of the expected signing of the agreement in Morocco on Thursday.

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