Operations Policy Committee
Cite as https://mymun.com/ppdb/6812
Netherlands Position Paper; Global Model NATO 2016
The political and social cleavages have only dug deeper into a crumbling Libya. As the struggle to garner sufficient support is getting increasingly difficult for the recent United Nations backed Government of National Accord (GNA) who is figuratively battling uphill in terms of providing the citizens of Tripoli tasked with choosing between which basic necessities of life to cut out in order to survive for the month, the week, and at times, the day. The descent of dictator Muammar Gadaffi left Libya to fall into the hands of two strongly opposing political parties, the GNA and the House of Representatives (HOR). Both of these parties are bound by a peace agreement, but Libya still remains a state of turmoil. Boiling tensions between the two parties in addition to the developing evolution of DAESH and other Islamic radicalists occupying territory around Libya pose...