After giving confidence to the new Libyan government, what awaits Bashagha?

The Speaker of Parliament, Aguila Saleh, said that after the vote, the parliament finally approved the granting of confidence to the government, and announced that it consists of 3 deputy prime ministers, 29 ministers and 6 ministers of state, and that the oath will be sworn in next Thursday.

He added that the government is now responsible to the people, and that its term of responsibility will extend up to 14 months, during which time it will pave the way for presidential and parliamentary elections, and this is a top priority for it.

safe delivery

For his part, the new Prime Minister, Fathi Bashagha, said that his government will assume its duties in the capital, Tripoli, in a peaceful and secure manner.

And Bashagha continued, in a video statement he posted on his Facebook page: “We have started taking legal and administrative measures, and we have contacted all the security and military authorities, and we have arrangements with them, and the delivery process will be smooth and safe without any problem.”

He stressed that his government is committed to holding the elections on the specified date according to the road map approved by Parliament and which will be approved by the State Council in the coming days, noting that his government will work on the principle of participation and cooperation with the House of Representatives and the State, as well as the Presidential Council.

And “Sky News Arabia” obtained the full list of the government, and it included three deputies: Ali Faraj Ibrahim Al-Qatrani, Salem Maatouk Muhammad Al-Zadma, and Khaled Ali Muhammad Al-Osta.

The list of ministers included Hafez Abdel Hamid Kaddour as Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hamid Hamad Ali Houma as Minister of Defense, Khaled Masoud Abd Rabbo as Minister of Justice, Issam Mohamed Bouzreba as Minister of the Interior, Osama Saad Hammad Saleh as Minister of Planning, Othman Abdel Jalil Mohamed as Minister of Health, and Juma Khalifa Muhammad Al Jadid as Minister of Education. and education.

hot files

Experts told “Sky News Arabia” that the new government came mainly to work on paving the way for the elections, the completion of the national reconciliation file, and the complete expulsion of mercenaries from the country, and that it took into account all political balances.

Libyan political analyst Ibrahim Al-Fitouri confirmed to “Sky News Arabia” that the ministerial formation of Fathi Bashagha took into account the geographical and regional division, and that in a large proportion it was accompanied by a great balance by the selected personalities.

Al-Fitouri added that this government will be exceptional because it is the only one that has gone through anti-corruption agencies and criminal records to reveal the candidates’ records.

Al-Fitouri explained that the file of elections, the exit of mercenaries, and the unification of the military institution will be a top priority for the new government, and that Bashagha is able to accomplish a lot in these files, especially since his government was the product of a Libyan-Libyan dialogue without interference.

Al-Fitouri indicated that taking over the job from the Dabaiba government is something that may represent an obstacle now for the new government, but he also ruled out the idea of ​​military action to expel Dabaiba by force, and that it will only take more time to complete the existing negotiations for Dabaiba’s exit.

Military conflict ruled out

For his part, the Libyan political analyst Sultan Al-Baroni ruled out the idea of ​​an armed conflict between Dabaiba and Bashagha, and expected that Dabaiba would step aside before the government, especially since Bashagha took into account the geographical division to choose his government.

Al-Baroni added that it is expected that Bashagha will start his work from Sirte temporarily until the situation calms down and Dabaiba leaves Tripoli, noting that, constitutionally, Bashagha is now the head of government and responsible before the Council for the country’s interests.

He explained that Bashagha actually managed what Dabaiba could not do. It suffices that he was able to name the new defense minister, and he also expected to complete the file of sovereign positions and pave the way for elections and the removal of mercenaries.

He pointed out that the task will not be easy, especially in light of the many challenges that the country is going through, politically, economically and socially. He also pointed out that the repercussions of the Russian-Ukrainian crisis will also cast a shadow on Libya, and that the government should start developing an action plan to confront the resulting crises.

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