Eastern government deputy prime minister says Al-Nadori is disturbing local sectors
The deputy prime minister of the east-based Interim Government in eastern Libya, Abdel Salam Al-Badri, said the control of the eastern military governor Abdelrazik Al-Nadori, has troubled the work of the local sectors.
Al-Badri told a media outlet that Al-Nadori’s intervention in appointing mayors like in Derna recently has affected the administrative situation in the municipalities.
He also said that Al-Nadori is dealing with issue in a military way and as per security vision, which is at odds with the vision of the elected mayors who work to provide services for the citizens.
Earlier, Al-Nadori issued a number of orders appointing military figures as mayors.
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