Deputy Interior Minister Faraj Qaim has claimed that Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh is seeking to to thwart the December elections, and employing questionable policies.
Qaim also accused the Libyan premier of hiring personal connections for public positions and consolidating power.
“He appointed his close associates, without consulting the cabinet, and some of those appointed are suspected of corruption,” Qaim told reporters.
The deputy minister alleged that Dbeibeh made promises for publicity but without any ground scheme. “So far, we haven’t seen any real achievement on the ground,” he said.
Qaim said Dbeibeh has “no real intention to build a security and military institution”.
The deputy minister said he will demand a fair representations of all Libyan cities in the government during today’s meeting with Dbeibeh’s deputies in Benghazi.