The 74 members of the UN-led Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) elected a three-member Presidency Council led by Mohamed al-Mnefi and PM Abdelhamid Dabeiba.
This new executive has the difficult task of driving the country to an official and parliamentary election at end of this year, supplanting both the UN-recognized, Tripoli-based Government of National Accord (GNA) and an opponent eastern regime supported by military leader Khalifa Haftar.
However, the interim government faces the overwhelming test of tending to address problems of Libyans For a long time, Libya has persevered through innumerable corruptions committed by the public authority, major oil companies, and the army. The oil production has made the country vulnerable to corruption, driving the country into a civil war because of relentless savagery and political agitation.
The main challenge for the new government will be to stand up to the expectations of the Libyan community and international pressures.