Following his temporary suspension of Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha; Under the pretext of his negligence in deterring the demonstrations and appointing him to the Minister of Defense and a new Chief of Staff
Many observers see that the crowding out of the decisions issued by Al-Sarraj is an attempt to absorb the anger of the street that went out in demonstrations in several cities, denouncing the rampant corruption in the government.
The protests escalated following the suspension of the Minister of Interior, Fathi Bashagha, and Al-Sarraj turned a blind eye to calls for the dismissal of officials tainted by corruption cases, such as the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health, Muhammad Al-Haytham, as well as the Chairman of the Holding Authority for Communications, Faisal Qirqab.
Writer and journalist Ali Abu Zayd said that the amendments made by the presidency is not committed to any standards and does not aim to reform the situation, according to what has been circulated from the leaks.
Abu Zayd added, in a statement to Arraed, that according to the names announced, the amendments are intended to satisfy some political or influential parties. To ensure that the state of corruption continues without being detracted from within the government
Activist and political analyst Muhammad Ghemim believes that what was mentioned in some of the changes in positions by the president, such as the position of Minister of Defense and Chief of Staff, are late decisions that we needed at the time of the battle of Tripoli.
Ghemim said, in a statement to Arraed, that all other decisions or leaks are leaps in the air aimed at absorbing the anger of the street that exploded after the decision to suspend the Minister of Interior , in the pretext that he allowed angry demonstrations from the performance of the government, and indicates confusion in the management of the crisis file and an attempt to silence the voice of the street with faint decisions sometimes and with machine guns at other times.
Satisfy all parties
Journalist Abdallah Al-Kabeer said, if we did not reach the stage of replacing the quota system as a criterion for selection with competence and experience, then the revolution did not achieve one of its most important goals, the revolution is described as a comprehensive radical change. Because it uproots all the old methods of governance and administration.
In a statement to Arraed, Al-Kabeer explained that it is normal for the positions to be distributed according to the quota system. Because the country’s structure is tribal, and regional, so the distribution will be in the manner of quotas to satisfy all parties.
How will the composition of the next government be? Will it gain the approval of the street and before that, will it be presented to the parliament in Tripoli to gain its confidence, or will it be a de facto government?