Al-Gotrani criticizes Libyan PM decisions, accuses him of dictatorship
The First Deputy Prime Minister Hussein Al-Gotrani has criticized the Prime Minister Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah and said his government hasn't united state institutions, fairly distributed wealth or risen to the level of national responsibilities.
Al-Gotrani said in a statement on behalf of Cyrenaica officials in the government that the government presidency became a dictatorship and is serving personal agenda not working in an institutional capacity, in addition to issuing unilateral orders.
He said the government presidency issued decisions taking over the capacity and competencies of some ministers and didn't commit to naming the authorities of the PM deputies.
Al-Gotrani decried the inflexibility of Dbeibah in keeping the position of Defense Minister not naming a separate personality, saying the mismanagement of Dbeibah's government could be due to the presence of some of his family members around him and his lack of administrative experience, condemning irresponsible media statements by Dbeibah that add to the division in Libya and calling on him to make amends to avoid escalation, which he will be responsible for.
Al-Gotrani said the government spent over 48 billion dinars and allocated 2.5 billion to Cyrenaica that haven't been cashed out yet, adding that the government issued about 400 decisions that haven't been seen by him as a Deputy Prime Minister.