The Prime Minister-designate of the House of Representatives (HoR), Fathi Bashagha, announced that his government will exercise its duties from the cities of Sirte and Benghazi, after the failure of its attempt to work from Tripoli because “it did not want to shed blood or ignite division”.
Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, the Libyan prime minister of the Tripoli-based government, have used public funds to award his guests with luxurious gifts during his first year in office, the Audit Bureau revealed in a damning report about the Libyan government’s expenditures in 2021.
Bashagha: I will hold constructive meetings with friendly countries to present plan for Libya stability
The Libyan Prime Minister, Fathi Bashagha, revealed Monday that he would hold “fruitful and constructive meetings with friendly and brotherly countries” to present his plan that focuses on “achieving stability, peace and prosperity for Libya and its people.”
Libya’s capital, Tripoli, lost its calm during the last days of August as local political rivals opted for force to settle differences. Fierce fighting claimed 32 lives, and over a hundred were left injured. This development is a fresh diplomatic setback and ushers in a new chapter of power struggle …
The last week of August saw another wave of clashes in Libya, the most violent in several years, as PM-designate Fathi Bashagha’s forces attempted to enter the capital Tripoli one more time.
Commenting on withdrawal from Arab League session, Egypt says Dabaiba government’s legitimate mandate had expired
Egyptian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday that its withdrawal from the Arab League session came after the Foreign Minister of the Libyan outgoing government, Najla Mangoush, assumed the presidency of the session.
The Libyan Government led by Fathi Bashagha has issued a statement rejecting presidency of the 158th session of the Arab League Council at the ministerial level by the outgoing government of Abdul Hamid Dabaiba.
Fighting has broken out between Libyan armed factions on the western outskirts of Tripoli, as forces aligned with the Government of National Unity (GNU) under Abdul Hamid al-Dabaiba further consolidated their control over the capital.
Calm has returned to the Libyan capital, Tripoli, after two days of violent clashes between two militia groups that left 32 dead and 159 injured, according to the Ministry of Health in Tripoli. Most casualties were civilians, as the heaviest fighting took place in densely populated parts of the city. …
The spokesman for Khalifa Haftar’s forces Ahmed Al-Mismari said they don’t support any party in the clashes that have taken place in Tripoli recently, telling Italian NOVA news agency that their forces haven’t taken part of the Tripoli clashes and are not backing up any of the political parties to …