The UN is concerned on Thursday after east-based Libya parliament voted for install a government replace governmentune unit move who menace to sow violence between the two parties and return to the territory division.
An e-mail statement from the UN secretary generalThe spokesman said there were reports that the vote did not meet the standards of transparency and procedure and that there have been acts of bullying in front of session.
The UN is instead concentrated on renewing its push for elections, the spokesperson said, adding that the UN adviser on Libya, Stephanie Williams, soon hold talks between parliament and a political opposition bodyle High Council of State.
The position of international powers will be key in the fight to come for power between the administration in place of Acting Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah and the government newly installed under Fathi Bashagha.
Bashagha, a 59-year-old former fighter pilot trainer of Misrata near Tripoli, is backed by the eastern-based coup general Khalifa Haftar, whose disastrous 2019-20 campaign attack on capital has ended in defeat and a return to UN peace efforts, following Turkey support to legitimate Tripoli government.
During the passage of Bashagha inside minister in 2018-2021 he worked for reduce influence of militias and bring the fighters into the state-run forces.
He is one of the few great Libyan politicians to have good reports with foreign powers supporting rival parties in the country.
at Dbeibah government Has been dropped in place a year through a UN-backed peace process that aimed to resolve Libya’s political problem problems by an election last yearbut the vote did not take place in the middle of arguments over the rules.
UN adviser on Libya and Western powers said they still recognize the government of National Unity (GNU) and urged Libya’s competing factions and political institutions to prioritize early elections over a new a period of transition.