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23.09.2021 20:42 News >> Libya's Presidential Council Asks Gov't To Continue Its Work, Support Elections

Libya's Presidential Council Asks Gov't To Continue Its Work, Support Elections

Tobruk based parliament on Tuesday made no confidence vote on Prime Minister Dbeibeh's government.

Libya's Presidential Council on Thursday asked the government to continue its work, provide basic services, and support the elections process.
In a statement, the Presidential Council called on Libya's "legislative authorities to assume its national and legal responsibility to achieve the required legislations needed for the electoral process (scheduled for Dec. 24)."
On Tuesday, the Tobruk-based parliament, headed by Aguila Saleh, made a no-confidence vote on Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh's government.
The statement called on Libyan parties not to take any escalating steps to ensure a positive atmosphere for the elections process.
The Presidential Council also called on the UN to provide "full support to fulfill Libya's agreed road map."
The Libyan government and the High Council of State considered the Tobruk-based vote invalid as it contradicts the country's political process mediated by the UN.
The UN Support Mission in Libya also expressed concern over Tuesday's development but also stressed that Dbeibeh's government "remains the legitimate government up until it is replaced by another government through a regular process, following the elections."
*Writing by Ahmed Asmar in Ankara. -



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