Al-Kib Asked to Lead Caretaker Govt

Libya’s outgoing Prime Minister Abdul-Rahman al-Kib [Al-Keeb, Al-Keib] (pictured), has once again been entrusted by the General National Council to temporarily run a caretaker government, following the sacking of the Prime Minister-elect Mustafa Abushagur.

Tripoli Post reports that Al-Kib and his government have been requested to prepare next year’s budget and to hold a national security council meeting, intended to restore order and revive the economy.

Hassan El Amin, an independent lawmaker from Misurata, has been reported as saying that the Congress will debate how to select a replacement for Abushagur, who was criticised for failing to include different factions in his proposed cabinet.

(Source: Tripoli Post)

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One Response to Al-Kib Asked to Lead Caretaker Govt

  1. Ammr S. 12th October 2012 at 4:57 pm #

    the desaster continues! I hope for the GNC members (leaders of the libyan people) to vote for the most skilled candidate. And that the GNC stops playin God!

    The whole process which started in Ramadan till today is comparable to 42 years Qaddafi desaster, Iraq & Afghanistan in one place and short time!

    Luckily there are plenty libyans outside politics who do & try to do the right thing!

    My favourite was to keep Keib in order he would be able to clean up the mess & than an elected PM who has the finished constitution in hands takes over & continous. Instead the fluctuation for PM is higher than in any world & in 3 years we had already voted & dismissed all 6 million libyans for PM.

    GNC get your … Up & let whoever will be elected as PM to choose his team & leave him alone.

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