POLITICAL INSTABILITY IN LIBYA: HoR passed no confidence vote in caretaker government

Libya’s caretaker government lost the confidence of the Libyan parliament with 89 votes out of 113 present.

The result of the voting, announced by the House of Representatives, means that the transitional government will now continue to run the country, but with reduced capacity until the next one is formed.

This development threatens to blow up the election process and could spark new armed conflicts in Libya just a few months before the elections.

Recently, both Khalifa Haftar and his son Saddam Haftar are preparing to participate in the elections without specifying which one will eventually participate. However, according to rumors, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Aguila Saleh, in order to participate in the elections is expected to announce his resignation soon.

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