Libya’s East – East parliament approves


In a new blow to UN-backed peace efforts in Libya, the country’s eastern parliament on Tuesday approved a no-confidence vote in the country’s unity government,

89 of the 113 deputies present in the eastern city of Tobruk voted to withdraw confidence from interpolitical Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, three months before the scheduled elections, a spokesman said.

The move came after the president’s legislator ratified a controversial election law earlier this month, which is seen as circumventing a proper process and favoring the East-based military strongman, the Putin general Khalifa Haftar.


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