2 weeks Leader of Libya’s UN-backed gov’t wants to hand over power Inquirer
        CAIRO --- The head of Libya's U.N.-supported government said Wednesday night that he wants to hand over power to a new administration in October amid talks on ending the country's conflict. "I announce to everyone my sincere desire to hand over my duties to the next executive authority, no later than the end of next October," Fayez Serraj declared in a televised speech from the capital, Tripoli. He said the talks between the country's rival factions have led to a "new preparatory phase" to unify Libyan institutions and prepare for parliamentary and presidential elections. Libya's factions ... more