Hours after announcing the parliament’s approval to form the new government, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia welcomed the Libyan Parliament’s decision to grant confidence to the national unity government headed by Abdul Hamid al-Dabaiba.
According to the Saudi Press Agency, “SPA”, the Kingdom in a statement congratulated the Libyan government and the Libyan people for this important historical step that would Achieving security and stability in the country.
She also affirmed the Kingdom’s solidarity with the sister country, and its support for all good efforts aimed at reaching a political solution to the Libyan crisis, expressing its aspiration for this step to achieve security, stability and development in Libya, Praising the fruitful efforts of the United Nations in that.
She expressed her hope that this achievement would preserve the unity and sovereignty of Libya and prevent external interference that endangers Arab regional security.
Directly through a show of hands
It is noteworthy that the Libyan Parliament voted on Wednesday to give confidence to the government of national unity headed by Abdul Hamid al-Dabaiba, as part of a plan supported by the United Nations To terminate a contract of a thousand Wada and violence include holding elections next December.
The session was launched earlier today in the city of Sirte, in a positive atmosphere among members of Parliament.
As reported by the correspondent of “Al Arabiya” / Al-Hadath “The vote to give confidence to the ministerial formation presented by Dabaiba a few days ago, and amended yesterday, took place directly by raising hands, pointing out that there is a great consensus among parliament members during today’s session, in contrast to the discussions that took place yesterday, and led to the postponement of the session until Today, what resulted in the government winning the votes of 121 MPs out of 132 who were present.
This came after Dabaiba introduced several amendments yesterday to a number of ministerial portfolios.
It is noteworthy that this important parliamentary session was postponed yesterday for further consultations on the proposed cabinet reshuffle and the proposed amendments, after Dabaiba removed the controversial names that faced parliamentary and popular criticism.
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