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Decree No. (3) of 2016 on the establishment of the Government of National Accord

On Monday, the Presidency Council issued a decree with 7 votes out of 9, suggesting names for a Government of National Accord (GNA). This decree will be presented to the House of Representatives (HoR) in Tobruk for approval. This is part of a process initiated on 17 December 2015 when Libyan negotiators signed the Libyan Political Agreement (LPA), leading to the creation of the Presidential Council. DCAF hereby provides the text in Arabic and its unofficial translation in English.

 

The Presidential Council of the Government of National Accord Decree No. (3) of 2016 on the establishment of the Government of National Accord

 The Presidential Council 

Upon review of:

·         The interim Constitutional Declaration issued on 3 August 2011, and its amendments;

·         The Libyan Political Agreement signed on 17 December 2015;

·         The law on the state financial system, the budgetary and accounts regulation, and its amendments;

·         Law No. (12) of 2010 on the issuance of a law to organize labor relations;

·         The conclusions reached during the Presidential Council meeting held on 18/01/2016.

decided the following:

Article (1)

The Government of National Accord is to be established by the following:

No. Name Ministry
1 Al-Mahdi Ibrahim Al-Barghathi Defence Ministry
2 Abdulsalam Mohamed Al-Junaidi Justice Ministry
3 Al-Aref Saleh Al-Khoja Interior Ministry
4 Marwan Ali Abu Sriwel Foreign Affairs Ministry
5 Al-Taher Mohamed Sarkez Finance Ministry
6 Bidad Gansou Massoud Local Government Ministry
7 Mohammad Sulaiman Buzgaiya Health Ministry
8 Khair Milad Abubakr Education Ministry
9 Mahmoud Jumaa Al-Ojili Higher Education and Scientific Research Ministry
10 Abdulmutaloub Ahmad Bufarwa Economy Ministry
11 Khaled Muftah Abdulkader Planning Ministry
12 Mahmoud Faraj Al-Mahjoub International Cooperation Ministry
13 Atef Miloud Al-Bahri Communications Ministry
14 Hisham Abdullah Abushkewat Transportation Ministry
15 Faraj Al-Taher Al-Senussi Industry Ministry
16 Khalifa Rajab Abdulsadek Oil Ministry
17 Usama Saad Hamad Electricity Ministry
18 Adel Mohammad Sultan Agriculture Ministry
19 Fadi Mansour Al-Shafei Labor Ministry
20 Mokhtar Abdullah Ijwaili Training and Vocational Training Ministry
21 Ahmad Khalifa Braidan Social Affairs Ministry
22 Usama Mohamed Abdulhadi Water Resources Ministry
23 Ali Kosou Irdi Housing and Utilities Ministry
24 Noureddine Ahmad Al-Traiki Youth and Sports Ministry
25 Asmaa Mustafa Al-Usta Culture Ministry
26 Mohamed Ahmad Alwalid Endowments and Islamic Affairs Ministry
27 Said Emhemed Aldabib Aviation and Air Transport Ministry
28 Youssef Abubakr Jalala National Reconciliation Ministry
29 Khaled Abdulhamid Nejm Information Ministry
30 Naser Salem Emhemed Arab and African Affairs Ministry
31 Said Ahmad Al-Marghani Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs
32 Saleh Al-Ghazal Al-Janab Minister of State for Human Rights and Refugees

 

Article (2) 

The provisions of this law shall enter into effect from the date of the full endorsement and vote of confidence given by the House of Representatives to the Government. The relevant bodies are to begin the implementation of this law, and any contrary provision shall be repealed.

 

Name Position
Fayez Mustafa Al-Sarraj President of the Presidential Council of the Council of Ministers
Fathi Abdelhafiz Al-Mejbari Vice-President of the Presidential Council of the Council of Ministers
Ahmed Omar Meitig Vice-President of the Presidential Council of the Council of Ministers
Moussa Al-Kuni Balkani Vice-President of the Presidential Council of the Council of Ministers
Abdelsalam Saad Hussein Kajman Vice-President of the Presidential Council of the Council of Ministers
Mohammed Ammari Mohammed Zayed Minister for Specialized Councils Affairs
Ahmed Hamza Al-Mahdi Minister for Civil Society Affairs

 

The Presidential Council

Issued on 18 / 01 / 2016

 

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