Libya Stabilisation Act

The Libya Stablisation Act was passed by the US House of Representatives recently. This legislation would back sanctions against foreign players supporting Libyan forces loyal either to Tobruk or Tripoli. It also calls on the USAID to provide humanitarian assistance to Libya, including health assistance, food, shelter and pandemic response.
The legislation requires the US President to impose sanctions on foreign individuals who are hindering the peace process, violating human rights, committing war crimes and stealing state assets or natural resources. It also provides the President the power to postpone the sanctions if the parties of the Libyan conflict agree on a sustainable ceasefire.

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