The member of the High Council of State in Libya, Belgasim Igzit, urged for reforming the Presidential Council of the UN-proposed government, indicating that the current formation is not working as expected.

In a press statement, Igzit said it is clear for everyone that with the current formation and number of members, the Presidential Council would definitely be unable to reach consensus and accord as well as unable to be a feasible and practical unity that can face the massive number of inconsistencies on the ground.

“The Presidential Council could not win the endorsement of the Tobruk-based House of Representatives and shamefully failed to provide the needed political and media coverage and the necessary supplies to uproot IS from Sirte, knowing that the advances achieved toward capturing Sirte basically stemmed from the Libyans’ love for their country.” Igzit remarked.