The rival sides in Libya resumed U.N.-sponsored talks in Egypt’s capital Cairo on Sunday, as they try to agree on constitutional amendments for the delayed elections.
Twelve lawmakers from Libya’s east-based parliament and 11 from the High Council of State, an advisory body from western Libya, were attending the Cairo-hosted talks, said Abdullah Bliheg, the parliament’s spokesperson.
Bliheg did not offer further details. The United Nations mission in Libya also said talks had resumed in a Cairo hotel.
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