HoR members urge for delaying confidence vote for GNU till UN bribery report is published

218News obtained an exclusive copy of a statement sent by 24 House of Representatives members to the Office of the Presidency of the House of Representatives, in which they demanded that the session of granting confidence to the new government be postponed until the publishing of the “bribery report” prepared by the UN Panel of Experts.

The statement was signed by MPs:

1- Ezzedine Qweireb

2- Zayed is a gift

3- Muhammad Hammad

4- Hamad Majiq

5- Muhammad Ajdid

6- Saleh Hashem Ismail

7- Gabriel is the only one

8- Muhammad bin Khalil

9- Abdel Nasser bin Nafi

10 Said Amgib

11 Muhammad Tamer

12 Khalifa Daghari

13 on Sol

14 Adel Mahfouz

15 The one-eyed Mahdi

16 Friday morning

17 Idris al-Maghribi

18 Sultanate of Cuneiform

19 Talal Al-Mihoub

20 Muhammad Al-Waer

Schneb victory 21

22 Fathallah Al-Saeity

23 Osama Al-Shaafi

24 Saad Abdel-Qader Al-Badri

Details of the experts’ report:

A report by United Nations experts submitted to the Security Council confirmed that the votes of at least three participants were purchased at the UN-sponsored Libyan Political Dialogue Forum.

The UN experts found that during the Tunis talks, two of the participants offered “bribes ranging from $ 150,000 to $ 200,000 to at least three members of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum if they committed themselves to voting for Dabaiba as prime minister,” according to a report to be submitted to the Security Council in March, seen by AFP on Sunday.

The report, which has not yet been published, was prepared by UN experts tasked with examining violations of the international arms embargo imposed on Libya.

The experts said in their report that one of the delegates “exploded in anger in the lobby of the Four Seasons Hotel in Tunis upon hearing that some of the participants may have received up to 500 thousand dollars in return for giving their votes to Dabaiba, while he only got 200 thousand dollars.”

One of the participants in the talks, who asked not to be identified, confirmed to AFP that he was a witness to what happened, expressing his anger at “unacceptable corruption at a time when Libya is going through a major crisis.”

The Libyan Political Dialogue Forum chose a temporary executive authority, a government headed by Abdul Hamid al-Dabaiba, which has not yet obtained the confidence of Parliament, and a three-member presidential council headed by Muhammad al-Manfi.

Dabaiba reassured

Dabaiba stressed the integrity of the process in which the new authority was chosen, represented by the Presidential Council, as well as the presidency of the National Unity Government, which was conducted with complete transparency.

A statement by the Government Media Office indicated, “Attempts to disrupt the process of forming the government, spoil the state of national consensus and disrupt the process of granting confidence to the government by adopting the approach of spreading rumors and false news and changing facts, an approach that the Libyan people have already suffered and caused a large part of their suffering as a result of something. It leads to conflicts, divisions and wars. ”


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