Libya's Top Court Rejects Appointment of New PM

9 June 2014
<p>Libya's top court on Monday rejected the Islamist-led parliament's appointment of a new prime minister in a contested vote, ending one power struggle as a renegade general's offensive against Islamist militias in the east rages on.</p><p><br><br>The Supreme Constitutional Court declared Prime Minister Ahmed Maiteg's appointment unconstitutional, but gave no further details or instructions. Islamists in parliament said they would abide by the decision, leaving interim Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni in office.</p>
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