The Prime Minister for Libya's interim Government of National Unity, Abdulhamid Dabaiba, will deliver a speech on Wednesday, in which he is expected to announce his position on the parliament’s vote to form a government headed by Fathi Bashagha.
A statement from his office said that Dabaiba "will address the Libyan people at seven o'clock in the evening," without providing any other details.
Dabaiba's government issued two statements on Tuesday evening, accusing the House of Representatives of "fraud" in granting confidence to the Bashagha's government and that it would continue "business as usual".
The government also issued a warning, saying that it would “consider any attempt to storm its headquarters an attack against the government in favor of an unrecognized party.”
It threatened that it "will deal with such moves in accordance with the law and hold accountable anyone who dares to approach any government headquarters or tamper with the stability and capabilities of Libyans."