Ethnic Council Forward Libya (NTC) has dismissed the country's cabinet only 5 months after the cabinet takes office announced citing a lack of capacity and only two months before national elections first, AP reported.
Fathi Baja, a senior official of the NTC, 26.4 days for 65 out of 72 members of the NTC has no confidence vote against Prime Minister el-Keib Abdurrahim meeting was held a day earlier.
This is the latest event for Libya, which is struggling to reorganize after the government ousted leader Muammar Gaddafi.Developments also cause doubts about the ability to organize general elections in June next, when Libya is expected to elect a 200-member parliament to form a new government and prepare a new draft constitution.
Another official of the NTC, Moussa al-Kouni confirmation vote on and said the decision was not published, the Council has not adopted a new cabinet.
NTC is divided over who would be prime minister. The Muslims supported Mustafa Abu-Shakour, his deputy el-Keib. Others oppose the appointment of a senior member of the cabinet that they are helpless, and Labor Secretary nominee Mustafa al-Rajbani on the "hot seat".
Mr. el-Keib prime minister took office in January 11.2011, the conflict lasted eight months ended with the arrest of Gaddafi and killed him on May 10.2011.
During his time in office, Mr. el-Keib and another NTC charge around who are not responsible for the collection of former insurgents into the government forces, the establishment of the national army and strip dance Gas armed groups, as well as allegations spend billions of dollars in treatment Libya gunmen wounded overseas.
More recently, dozens of Libyans were killed in the conflict sects and tribes in the southern city of Kufra and Sabha without significant interference from the government.