The United Nations special envoy to Libya, Martin Kobler, welcomed the formation of the Government of National Accord (GNA), congratulating the Presidential Council (PC) on such great accomplishment, which remarks a new beginning for Libya.
Kobler called all members of the House of Representatives (HoR) to bear their responsibility, in accordance to the political accord and do what is in their country’s interests and endorse the government.
“It is their responsibility now to save their country from war and destruction”, Kobler said, according to UNSMIL.
From another side, the Presidential Council member, Fathy Al-Majbary said that the unity government won’t satisfy all parties, but will provide the framework that will preserve national unity and face their common enemy.
Al-Majbary expressed, in press conference, Monday his regret for the deputy head of the PC, Ali Al-Qatrany’s absence. He stressed that all parties should be united to accomplish reconciliation and end fighting.
He confirmed his confidence in Libyan parliamentarians and their ability to take the right decision.
The Libyan representative to the United Nations, Ibrahim Dabashy, said, Monday morning, that the dangerous of current situation forces the HoR to quickly endorse the government, with the right to change some of its members.
Dabashy added, on his Facebook “Libya urgently need the recognized unity government. Any delay would cost Libyans more than we can expect on local and international levels”.
The Presidential Council announced, late Sunday, make up government of 13 ministers and five ministers of state.