(LibyaNN)- Both sides have topped up on foreign mercenary support in the past year, and it is doubtful that they will leave the country in an orderly fashion.
With U.S. elections in flux, foreign interested parties would not be in any great excitement to see the security council members take any quick decision.
The results of the U.S. elections will undoubtedly need to be resolved, as the ceasefire remains to be holding.
Several militias, including leading Cleric Sadeq Ghaeryani, have been calling on their supporters not to accept any decisions undertaken from U.N envoy Stephaine Williams.
It is expected that sanctions will be implemented to fend off spoilers, and the Cleric will undoubtedly see himself pressed to settle down.
Rival representatives met in yet another round of peace talks in Morocco on Thursday.
Results of the talks in Morocco have not been announced yet as negotiators continue to press their efforts to broker peace efforts, with both sides having to come back and repackage another set of conditions this week.
The two sides met in the coastal town of Bouznika, south of Morocco's capital Rabat, for talks that come ahead of a relevant meeting in Tunisia slated for November 9.
The talks followed a fragile "permanent" UN-backed ceasefire agreement signed to pave the way towards a political solution to the country's grinding conflict.
Protestors took to the streets calling for its politicians to step down amid a lack of essential utilities such as electricity, water, and massive corruption allegations that rocked the foundation of the United Nations-backed Government of National Accord.