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The Bashaga government takes office and asks the authorities ignore Prime Minister’s orders to unity

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He assures that he works to get Dbeibé to transfer himits competences before the return to administrative bicephaly

The government of the prime minister elected by the Libyan House of Representatives, FaziBashaga, took office last Thursday afternoon and has asked all agencies to ignore the orders of the prime minister of unity, Abdul Hamid Dbeibé, specifying the new situation of bicephaly in the African country.

Bashaga stressed during the ceremony that he is taking steps to get Dbeibé to transfer the powers to him, something that the unity prime minister has rejected, arguing that the House of Representatives did not have the authority to end his term and choose a replacement.

He also stressed that he will work to achieve justice and national reconciliation, while stating that he hopes to promote cooperation between the House of Representatives, based in Tobruk (east), and the High Council of State, based in Tripoli, which has rejected also his appointment.

On the other hand, he has condemned the closure of the country’s airspace and the kidnapping of two of his nominees as ministers, according to the newspaper ‘The Libya Observer’. Those chosen to head the Foreign and Culture portfolios are being held in Misrata by unidentified armed persons.

The country has once again been plunged into administrative bicephaly, amid calls by the United Nations Secretary-General, AntónioGuterres, to “preserve unity and hard-won stability” and “fulfill the aspirations of more than 2.8 million of Libyans who registered to vote with the aim of choosing their leaders through credible, transparent and inclusive elections, founded on a solid constitutional and legal framework”.

The UN envoy for Libya, Stephanie Williams, has asked the House of Representatives and the High Council of State to “nominate six delegates” to form a joint committee “dedicated to developing a constitutional basis of consensus” to solve the crisis politics.

The UN envoy for Libya, Stephanie Williams, has asked the House of Representatives and the High Council of State to “nominate six delegates” to form a joint committee “dedicated to developing a constitutional basis of consensus” to solve the crisis politics.

“I look forward to quick responses from both chambers to this invitation and reiterate the responsibility of the Libyan institutions to act in good faith and interact constructively to move towards elections, on behalf of the 2.8 million Libyans who are registered to vote in the presidential and parliamentary elections,” he said.

Thus, Williams has emphasized “the fundamental importance of preserving security and stability and avoiding any act of escalation, intimidation, kidnapping, provocation and violence.” “The solution to the Libyan crisis does not lie in forming rival administrations for perennial transitions. Libyans need to agree on a way forward that prioritizes preserving the country’s unity and stability,” he concluded.

Previously, Williams had indicated on Wednesday that he would start a consultation process with the aforementioned organizations to try to solve the serious political crisis in the country. “I am here to support the electoral process and the aspirations of 2.8 million Libyans,” he explained.

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