Sat. Jul 13th, 2024

The “Al-Arab London” newspaper indicated that Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, the outgoing Libyan Prime Minister, is showing a strong attachment to his position, defying increasing political pressures that seek a solution to the crisis in the country.

The newspaper considered that Dbeibeh is a major obstacle to the five-year table initiative, as he rejects a crucial clause of the agreement of the 6+6 committee that stipulates the formation of a unified government for a period of eight months leading to elections.

Dbeibeh is closely linked to key players in the western region, including militia leaders, warlords, financial and commercial lobbies, as well as currency speculative networks.

Dbeibeh ‘s alliances with representatives of international companies and regional powers such as Turkey and Italy, which are active forces in Libyan affairs, she said.

The newspaper noted Dbeibeh ‘s role in causing turmoil in the diplomatic scene, which led to the resignation of former UN envoy, Abdullah Bathili.

In this context, the United States seeks to strengthen its influence in Libya and compensate for what it lost in the Sahel region, especially after the withdrawal of its forces from Niger and Chad.

It is noteworthy that Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh was the head of the Libyan Development and Investment Holding Company and was elected Prime Minister at the Libyan Dialogue Forum in Geneva in February 2021, and on February 10, 2022, Fathi Bashagha succeeded him as Prime Minister, but he is still exercising his duties as Prime Minister from the capital, Tripoli, refusing to hand over power to Bashagha.



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