Libyan interim PM vows to form technocrats’ cabinet in 3 weeks

The Prime Minister of the Libyan interim government, Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah, has said that the new government will be formed in three weeks before being put for a vote of confidence by the Libyan House of Representatives.

In an interview with the Turkish Anadolu Agency Sunday, Dbeibah indicated that there will be a fair representation of all segments of the Libyan people and all regions in the new cabinet, adding that the focus will be on achieving the technocrat goals.

“The government will be technocrat and whoever has proved his efficiency will be among the government team”. He remarked.

Dbeibah also explained that Turkey is an ally, friend, and a brotherly state to Libya, adding that “it has huge capabilities to help the Libyans achieve their real goals”.

He further added that Turkey is considered a real partner in Libya and that his government will maintain great solidarity with the Turkish state and people.


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