By John Lee.
The Beida municipal council has reportedly given the government of Abdullah Thinni (pictured) 24 hours to leave town.
According to Libya Herald, the move follows widespread anger in the town over the lack of electricity.
There are unconfirmed reports that angry crowds searched hotels looking for Thinni’s second deputy premier, Abdulsalam Al-Badri, who is responsible for electricity, but is is believed to have already fled the town.
There had also been allegations of corruption.
(Source: Libya Herald)