Thursday, January 27, 2022

27 MPs demand confidence withdrawal from GNU

27 MPs demand confidence withdrawal from GNU

Twenty seven members of the Libyan House of Representatives (HoR), from Cyrenaica region, have demanded the withdrawal of confidence from the Government of National Unity (GNU), headed by Abdel Hamid Dbeibeh, and “the selection of a national figure capable of unifying institutions and reuniting the Libyans.”

“The Government did not provide the simplest services to citizens and did not unify the state’s institutions. Rather, its president dealt with Cyrenaica in a manner of punishment and defeat, and became a party to the conflict and not a result of the conflict,” HoR representatives said in a statement.

“This Government emptied Cyrenaica of all features of state and became only Tripoli government,” the statement pointed out.

“GNU did not abide by the road map, in accordance with it we gave confidence to the Government, and has become a government of division and sedition instead of being a government for all parties that can bring us to elections on time,” it added.

“The actions, statements and assignments of the Prime Minister are irresponsible and unacceptable. Rather, they are controlled by the owners of corrupt political money to bring us back to pre-square one situation, and that we, as representatives of the nation, do not accept a government that leads us to a state of chaos and war, and only increases the citizen’s suffering and pain, despite the unlawful spending of tens of billions by this government,” They stated.

“We call on the rest of HoR members to take responsibility regarding the continuation of this government, whose presence has become a danger bell for the Libyan nation, and to withdraw confidence immediately and assign a new government,” Cyrenaica representatives stressed.