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20150113PHT07624_originalAlmost four years after the beginning of the Libyan uprising, rival political groups and armed militias continue to fight for power. MEPs will debate the deteriorating situation in the country with EU foreign chief Federica Mogherini on Tuesday afternoon and vote on a resolution on Thursday. “Libya is at risk of becoming a failed state,” said Pier Antonio Panzeri, the chair of the delegation for relations with the Maghreb countries, ahead of the plenary debate.

“The situation is very serious: Libya is in a state of chaos and at risk of becoming a  failed state,” said Panzeri, an Italian member of the S&D group. “This is of great concern as it affects issues such as energy resources, the flow of illegal immigrants and the presence of terrorist cells. Europe’s task is to encourage dialogue between the various factions and strengthen the legitimacy of the elected Libyan parliament. There is no time to lose.”

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