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The Libyan parliament's session kicked off on Monday in Sirte for a vote of confidence on the new interim government.
Axar.az reports that the session began in the presence of 132 deputies out of a total of 200 chaired by Speaker of Parliament Aguila Saleh.
"Thank God, we meet today in Sirte to turn the page on division," Saleh said.
Earlier Monday, Libya’s Prime Minister-designate Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh arrived in the coastal city of Sirte to present his unity government lineup to the House of Representatives.
On Saturday, Dbeibeh proposed a unity government of 27 members, promising that the government will prioritize “improving services, unifying state institutions and ending the transitional period by holding elections”.
2021.03.08 / 22:14