By Libya Herald staff.
Tripoli, 19 June 2015:
The decision by the president of the House of Representatives (HoR), Ageela Salah Gwaider to . . .[restrict]dismiss the group of advisors attached to its team taking part in the UN-brokered Dialogue process has been attacked by Benghazi HoR member Younis Fanoush.
Gwaider announced their removal of the political and media advisors a couple of days ago, citing poor performance and the costs involved.
Fanoush pointed out that the decision to appoint the advisors had been made by the House, not by the president, and that as such only it could remove them. This it could do, providing it first assessed their performance, he added.
The presence of the advisors had been criticised by one of the HoR delegates, Abubakr Buera who said that their presence had been without any benefit and had simply created “confusion”.