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Dbeibah designated Brigade 166 to secure the reservoirs of the MMRA

The Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity (GNU), Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, in his capacity as the Minister of Defense, assigned Brigade 166 to secure and protect the reservoirs of the Man-made River Authority (MMRA) by forming a special security force.

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Ageela Saleh: Aldabaiba increased centralization, lack of elections may cause chaos, army needs more money, Turkey should be punished

House of Representatives (HoR) head, Aguila Saleh, stressed that the unified Libyan government led by Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba did not unify the country’s institutions and that the unification of these institutions means the participation of all regions in power from ministers to embassies to investment companies, explaining that the government …

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PM Aldabaiba urges several Ministries to absorb militias into state institutions

In separate letters, Prime Minister Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba directed the Ministries of Economy, Labour, Higher Education, and Youth, to hold cross-conference meetings between the relevant departments of their Ministries with the Committee for Organizing, Absorbing and Integrating militias into state institutions.

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Egyptian sources: Dbeibah commits to Egyptian-brokered agreement with Haftar regarding state’s budget

The London-based Al-Araby Al-Jadeed newspaper has learned from independent Egyptian sources that mediation recently succeeded in bringing understandings between Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, and warlord Khalifa Haftar, stating that the two sides will meet very soon in Benghazi as a first stage.

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Libya’s new interim government is facing an arduous task

The parliamentary and presidential elections planned for the end of the year give the long-suffering people of Libya reason to be hopeful about their country’s future. Nevertheless, their optimism is tempered by the ongoing struggles to achieve transitional justice, the fears about possible election violence, and the many other challenges …

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