The House of Representatives (HoR) failed to hold the vote of confidence in the Government of National Accord (GNA), the session was postponed to an unspecified date. While one member expected that the session would happen on Tuesday, but it didn’t happen.
A Large number of members attended to the HoR’s headquarter, Monday, but only held the discussion, as arguments erupted around the Government of National Accord. The member, Abu-Bakr Baira, said that “they couldn’t convene, the disputes are huge.”
From his side, the member, Khalifa Dahgari, stated that “the session was postponed, we formed one committee from both sides, we are trying to reach a deal,” pointing that the dispute is between the supporters and the opponents of the GNA.
He even expected that they would come to an agreement in a session on Tuesday, which didn’t happen.
Some members demanded to vote on the Constitutional Declaration before endorsing the GNA, as the political accord, signed last December, says. Other members required voting on the GNA confidence before modifying the Constitutional Declaration.
It is worth mentioning that the unity government is emanated from the political accord signed in Morocco, under the auspices of the United Nations, by Tripoli General National Congress members and Tobruk HoR.
The HoR failed, about ten times, to convene and vote for lack of quorum, with the absence of the majority of members who accuse other members of intimidation.