Libyan congress approves proposed gov't line-up
TRIPOLI Oct 31 (Reuters) - Libya's General National Congress approved new Prime Minister Ali Zeidan's proposed government line-up in a vote televised on Wednesday.
Zeidan had presented a coalition cabinet on Tuesday, drawn from liberal and Islamist parties, to the national congress, which had rejected his predecessor's cabinet line-up.
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