Muslim Brotherhood members involvement in the new Libyan Unity government
Libya suffers from frequent conflicts and wars, challenging its stability since the downfall of its despotic leaders Muammar Gaddafi, sparked by a Nato-backed uprising in 2011. Post the setting of the unity government, Libya would be able to hold its first elections in years, scheduled for 24 December 2021. Many believed that terror group Muslim Brotherhood that has laid low for several years in the country because of the control of Libyan despot are now exploring means to find political footing in the country. They tired multiple tactics in the past including influencing Gaddafi son, Saifuddin, and supporting him on the condition that Libya would be turn into a brotherly state. Now they are using their members in the new government. UN peacekeeping mission for Libya has repeatedly stressed that the war-torn nation was in urgent need “to form a unified government to address the most pressing needs and facilitate the holding of national elections in December 2021.” Many believed that this terror group members will ruin the process with their aim to establish its control over the nation. While formation of the interim government is underway in Libya, the country is facing towering challenge of keeping Muslim Brotherhood loyalists at bay.