Libya's executive Bombardier jets still mired in Malta
Maltese courts have settled the case between EACS and UAC over two luxury planes, but the power struggle over who will foot the maintenance bill to get them back in the air continues.
As the rival governments in Tripoli and Tobruk negotiate fiercely over the creation of a national unity government, two blocs are fighting for control of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA). The first, which is backed by Tobruk, is led by former Aref Ali Nayed aides in the Libyan Stabilisation Team set up after the revolution.
Short of cash, the rival governments of Tripoli and Tobruk are fighting over the assets of the rich Libya Africa Investment Portfolio (LAP or LAIP) that houses Muammar Gaddafi’s African investments. The battle, which is pitting the two rival branches