With help from the UN and their foreign backers, the warring parties should now close the loopholes in the agreement’s text, lest rival interpretations derail movement toward peace.
On 23 October, negotiators from the warring sides in Libya signed a ceasefire deal in Geneva.
The text lacks specificity, however, leaving the parties room to backtrack on their commitments.
Why does it matter?
Should disputes erupt between the…