Deal on new government leaves Dabaiba and Bashagha out in the cold

The Libyan Prime Minister recognised by the international community Abdelhamid Dabaiba (left) and the former Minister of the Interior of the Government of National Unity (GUN) Fathi Bachagha (right).
The Libyan Prime Minister recognised by the international community Abdelhamid Dabaiba (left) and the former Minister of the Interior of the Government of National Unity (GUN) Fathi Bachagha (right). © Gregorio Borgia/Stringer/EPA
Plans for a new Libyan government drawn up by Aguila Salah Issa and Khaled al-Mishri promise political upheaval in Tripoli. Fathi Bashagha appears to be definitively out of the picture, while Prime Minister Abdelhamid Dabaiba faces increasing isolation on the domestic political scene. [...] (645 words)
Issue dated 02/11/2022 Reading time 3 minutes
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