Washington consolidates Tunisia-Libya electronic border surveillance wall
The electronic surveillance system on the Tunisian border, 285 km long and built by Aecom subsidiary URS, is supposed to detect jihadists trying to enter from Libya.
By reviving efforts to stage a referendum on constitutional reform, the heads of the Tobruk House of Representatives and the High Council of State are trying to keep control of the crisis exit process even if it means undermining plans to hold elections at the end of 2021.
Armed forces from the west and east of Libya are due to set out the modalities of the permanent ceasefire agreed in Geneva on 23 October. But the devil is in the details and neither side is keen to withdraw from the Sirte-Jufra axis.