Adrian Delia has extended an invitation to the Prime Minister to appoint a new President next year who is not part of the Labour camp. He noted that while it was reported that Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne had terminated Gafa’s employment at the Foundation for Medical Services following a controversial trip to Libya, the Prime Minister had no choice but to praise the civil servant. Despite this, the Prime Minister has stood by Gafa, and told reporters a few days ago that the official was doing “a good job”. Delia said that, since Muscat had not dismissed top officials such as the Tourism Minister, he now had his hands tried when it came to how to act regarding Gafa. “But the difference now is that Muscat chose who to place in these positions.
Source: Libya Today December 16, 2018 11:15 UTC