Zahra Langhi, a member of the UN-backed Libyan Political Dialogue Forum, sharply criticized Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh on Wednesday.
Langhi is one of dozens of other Libyan public figures to publicly voice opposition against Dbeibeh as he continues to lead the interim government despite having its authorized mandate expired on December 24.
While she did not mention the premier by name, Langhi pointed out to the allegations against including bribing members of the LPDF to vote for him, forging his university diploma and breaching the vow he made not to run for president.
“He used political bribery, forged his university degrees, breached his vows and disregarded his moral obligations,” the LPDF member stated via Twitter.
“He turned marriage into a bargain and women into a commodity,” she said, in reference to Dbeibeh’s marriage fund which was criticized for allowing the marriage of underaged girls.
“Corrupt political money is an complete system that turns members of society into commodities to be bought and sold, so that human relations become based on profit, trade and the consumption of values,” Langhi said.