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Azza Kamel Maghur

A Libyan lawyer and member of the Libyan Council for Human Rights. A graduate of the Faculty of Law at Benghazi University, she studied in international law at the Sorbonne University and lectures at the School for Judges in Tripoli. She has published in various outlets, including the New York Times.

 

Writer's Publications

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Stage One of the UN Libya Action Plan: The Likelihood of Failure and the Need for Review
 
Following his appointment as Special Envoy of the UN Secretary-General to Libya in June...
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Can the NOC save Libya?
The National Oil Corporation (NOC), the Libyan state-owned corporation in charge of Libyan oil exploration, operation, marketing and exportation, announced on 13 September the lifting of force majeure – previously imposed by the NOC...
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The New Institutional Arrangements Might Rescue the Failing Libyan State
Can the Libyan House of Representatives bring down the Al Sarraj government?  The new political agreement is based on a power...
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The Leon proposal: a new road map for Libya

On April 26, after six months of shuttle diplomacy between Libyan political factions, Bernardino Leon, the UN Special Representative and Head of the UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), proposed a draft agreement for establishing a...

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Can dialogue resolve Libya’s political divisions?
Can dialogue resolve Libya’s political divisions?
Azza Kamel Maghur, lawyer and writer, examines the UN Support Mission in Libya and argues that all sides must recognise that political dialogue is the only solution to put their country back on the road to stability.
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