Prime Minister and Chairman of the Supreme Council for Energy Affairs, Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba discussed, during the council’s first meeting on Tuesday, several issues related to the oil and electricity sectors, the Libyan government reported.
The Guardian: Mark Fullbrook said to have acted as Fathi Bashagha’s PR adviser, as officials were lobbied on foreign policy.
The Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity (GNU), Abdel Hamid Dbeibah, has stated that his government is not responsible for any financial obligations arranged by the parallel government.
After several months of stalemate, the parliament-appointed prime minister, Fathi Bashagha, failed to overthrow his rival, Abdelhamid Dabaiba, the head of the interim national unity government who was appointed prime minister through a UN-backed process last year.
The Government of National Unity’s Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah called on the High National Elections Commission (HNEC) and its Head Emad Al-Sayeh to update the voters’ registry to register those who didn’t have the chance to register before and those who turned legal by age to vote.
Presidential Council: Agreements signed between governments need to be approved by legislative bodies
Commenting on the energy agreement signed between the Libyan outgoing Government of National Unity (GNU) and Turkey, Presidential Council (PC) said in a statement Tuesday cooperation between states is regulated by international charters, norms, and local laws aimed at the interests of the peoples first.
Speaker of the Libyan Parliament Aqila Saleh affirmed his rejection to signing any agreement or memorandum of understanding by the outgoing government of Abdel Hamid Dabaiba, considering that they would not be binding for the Libyan state.
Libya’s Tripoli government signed a preliminary deal on energy exploration on Monday, prompting Greece and Egypt to say they would oppose any activity in disputed areas of the eastern Mediterranean.
Aldabaiba reacts to cases of profligacy cited in the damning Audit Report by announcing restrictive spending measures
Incumbent caretaker Prime Minister, Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba, has announced a series of spending restrictions on operating expenses on ministries and public entities in response to the damning reports cited in the latest Audit Bureau 2021 report.
Libya’s Prime Minister of National Unity Government Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, has accused the Audit Bureau of attempting to “tarnish” his government’s image after the publication of its 2021 report, which documents misuse of public funds.