The High Council of the State has issued a decision to form committees to urgently follow up on what it described as “violations” committed by the Government of National Unity headed by Abdulhamid Dabaiba, which it accused of deviating from the road map drawn for it at the Libyan-Geneva Dialogue Forum.
This came during the council's 78th session headed by Khaled Al-Mishri at the council's headquarters in Tripoli.
The statement indicated that the session was devoted to discussing the latest political, security and economic developments in the country, in addition to “the deviation of the Government of National Unity from the road map drawn for it at the Libyan Dialogue Forum in Geneva".
The statement added that committees are being formed due to the lack of transparency, the government not being subject to any accountability or hearing sessions, and its circumvention of the legislative competencies of the existing legislatures.
The statement also referred to “the government’s failure to carry out the preliminary procedures for the elections, especially with regard to purifying the civil registry and the national number system.. and a lack of transparency on oil production, expenses and revenues."