By Fathi Al-Fadli, a Libyan writer
It is time for Dbeibah’s government to start work. The period of confusion ended. The period of explaining everything with good faith and lack of experience ended.
This period, which often confronts the new governments of the entire world, is over. Some confusion is acceptable during this period and to some extent.
The Presidential Council and the Prime Minister should sit together and draw a roadmap, define goals and strategies, agree on them, and adopt them as state policies.
After that, the accountability, expulsion, or replacement of those who violate these policies begins, from an official, minister, civil director, or a security or military person.
Then, any minister, official, or member of the Presidential Council cannot practice anything that would violate these policies, so it is assumed that you are one team, and if you are not, then you are not a Government of National Unity.
After all... if the official violates the agreed public policies without deterrence, accountability, or expulsion, then it is the citizen's right, the right of the organizations, and the right of other powers, you name it as militias, groups, parties, associations, groups, or blocs, they have the right to act in whatever way it deems in the interest of the citizen and the nation.
The period of good thinking has ended, and Mr. Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah must lead, control and direct his team, meaning that the serious work begins.
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