Member of Libyan Parliament Abdel Moneim al-Arfi said Monday the session was delayed due to a problem in the ministerial quota for the Fezzan region in the new government, led by Fathi Bashagha.
Al-Arfi added in press statements that the Tabu component is not satisfied with lack of representation in the cabinet line-up.
“I think they sat down with the Prime Minister and the problem was solved,” the deputy pointed out.
He indicated that the number of attendees is about 85 deputies, and the session will be specified for presenting the ministerial line-up of the new government.
He explained that in the event of its completion, it will be granted confidence, and in the event that it is not completed, a session will be devoted to Tuesday to grant confidence to the government.