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In a big surprise, Abdul Hamid Dabaiba managed to win the post of prime minister of the new Libyan government, as the man who believes in the language of numbers as a businessman from the city of Misurata, and the cousin and son-in-law of the billionaire Ali al-Dabaiba, managed to attract opinions towards him, believing in the emptying of the public sector and opening projects Small, medium and large, surprising that 70% of Libyas budget goes to salaries, unlike all countries of the world.
The man who combines commercial activity on the one hand and political activity on the other hand, to be led by the Future Movement, believes that the economic cycle is the one that solves problems in Libya, and that the economic situation and the disparity in salaries are two main reasons for the spread of corruption, and he did not mind Saif al-Islam Gaddafi’s candidacy. To run for the presidential elections as his right, according to what he said in an interview published in 2018 with the French-speaking magazine John Afrique.
Abdul Hamid, who studied engineering from the Canadian University of Toronto, believes that “education and training are a way to stability, and that the security services must be according to an institution belonging to the state and not another party.”
In response to a question about the situation of young people, he said, “There is a problem in their involvement in the military field to defend their cities, and job opportunities must be created for them.” He added, “We have a detailed and thoughtful project to accommodate young people, not only in the police and the army.”
Dabaiba denied carrying any nationality other than Libyan, saying: “I am proud of my Libyan nationality, and I undertook my postgraduate studies in Canada, and my children are by virtue of birth have her nationality, and I do not carry another nationality and I swear to that.”
The Acting UN envoy to Libya, Stephanie Williams, emphasized the need for the government to obtain the confidence of Parliament within 21 days, after Friday afternoon, the voting process took place between the lists of Minister of Interior Fathi Bashagha and businessman Abdel Hamid Dabaiba, where the list of Muhammad Yunus Al-Exiled won With 39 votes, Aqila Saleh’s list received 34 votes.
The first list consists of Muhammad Yunus Al-Manfi as Chairman of the Presidential Council, members of the Council Musa Al-Koni, Abdullah Hussein Al-Lafi, and Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Muhammad Dabaiba.
Aqeelah Saleh’s list won 34 votes, and it included Saleh as Chairman of the Presidential Council, and Council members Osama Al-Juwaili, Abdul Majeed Saif Al-Nasr, and Prime Minister Fathi Bashagha.
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