Based in eastern Libya parliament on approved on Tuesday a new Cabinet in a challenge individually government of Acting Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Mohammed Dbeibah in the capital Tripoli in the west.
the new administration, headed by former interior minister Fathi Bashagha, won trust of the House of Representatives with a majority of 92 members, said speaker Aguila Saleh.
Armed opposition groups mobilized in the capital Tripoli over in recent weeks and foreign forces that have backed rival warring factions remain embedded in the North African country.
Will the political crisis trigger an armed conflict? remains unclear, but it leaves Libya without a unified government, with the main politics and military forces bitterly divided and with no clear path forward.
the grand Basagha’s office with 35 members reflects extensive negotiations and pledges of positions needed to ensure support of a majority of members of parliament and the various interests they represent.
A vote was originally planned for Monday, but lawmakers couldn’t agree on Bashagha’s cabinet until Tuesday list.