The Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity, Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah, has renewed his call for the necessity of holding elections and ending the transitional stages in the country, rejecting the extension of mandates of the current political bodies.
Dbeibah said, in a speech at the Martyrs Square in Tripoli on the 11th anniversary of the 17th February Revolution, that he would announce a roadmap for holding elections within the next two days, setting June 2022 as the date for holding the vote.
The Libyan PM also announced that his government will start the distribution of 50,000 plots of land for young people, starting from Sunday, in addition to allocating loans from the Savings Bank, as well as 100,000 apartments from suspended projects.
He said that health insurance will be facilitated for all Libyans, and that his government had started targeting a specific group, such as retirees, provided that the rest of the groups will be included in the next stage.
Dbeibah said his government had created a commission to follow up on the conditions of the inured and treat them in Libya and abroad, with allocations amounting to one billion dinars.
Source: Prime Minister’s Speech