According to Libya Parliament Speaker Aguila Saleh, “There is almost a convergence on reconsidering the government and forming a new, neutral government to supervise the elections,” considering that “it is not reasonable for a presidential candidate to be responsible for appointing election officials and employees,” referring to Government of National Unity Prime Minister Abdulhamid Dabaiba.
This came in an interview with Al-Qahera news channel on Monday evening.
Saleh continued, "A committee will be formed similar to the previous dialogue committee, and an agreement will be made between the House of Representatives and State Council on the new government. There is almost unanimity to change the government, but no names have been identified yet."
He added that the recent Cairo meetings witnessed talk about "the Dabaiba government failing to perform its duties, and had handed over a Libyan citizen (Abu Ajila Masud) without legal procedures."
The Speaker concluded that the UN envoy Abdoulaye Bathily “must not take sides and respect the constitutional declaration and the political agreement that says that if the House of Representatives and State Council agree to form a government, he must support the formation of the government.”