Libya Government Gets 'No Confidence' Vote
The House of Representatives have rejected the administration's proposed line-up for a government of national unity.
Al Jazeera, 22 August 2016
Libya's UN-backed government in the capital, Tripoli, has suffered a major setback following a vote of no confidence by the country's eastern parliament. Read more »
Government of National Unity.
Dalsan Radio, 21 August 2016
Fifty-six-year-old Libian Prime Minister Sarraj, an architect, is one of these people. His father had been a minister during the times of the monarchy, before Gadhafi came to power… Read more »
Algerie Presse Service, 11 August 2016
Ambassador of Algeria to Washington Madjid Bouguerra recalled Algeria's key role in the formation of Libya's National Accord Government, stressing the need for assistance to this… Read more »