Due to the boycott, the session of the Libyan State Supreme Council could not be held on Monday.
Members supporting the Bashagh government said they continued to boycott the sessions of the Council.
In the statement, it was stated that this step was taken based on the belief in the necessity of ending the state of war and political division in the country and supporting national reconciliation, which will pave the way for transparent elections.
The meeting cannot be held because the quorum is not reached.
In a statement, the members called on the Chairman of the Council, Khaled Mishri, to manage the Council taking into account the dangers the country is in and to keep it out of narrow political calculations.
The said members, whose numbers are not given, are boycotting the sessions of the Council, which they claim do not support the reconciliation between TM and the Libyan State Supreme Council.
As the quorum for the meeting could not be reached due to the boycott, the sessions of the Council cannot be held.
Basagah and Dibeyba governments
After the presidential and parliamentary elections in Libya could not be held on December 24, 2021, as planned, the House of Representatives in Tobruk elected Başağa as prime minister on February 10, in a session where most of the deputies in the west of the country did not attend.
The Prime Minister of the Libyan National Unity Government, Dibeybe, accused the House of Representatives of departing from the road map determined in the Geneva Agreement, and declared that he was on duty and would hand over the task only to an elected government.
There have been two separate governments led by Dibeybe and Başağa for about 3 months in the country. This situation raises the concerns that Libya will be dragged into a spiral of violence again.
Source: TRT Haber