Prime Minister-designate Abdulhamid Dbeibeh surprised Libyans with his announcement of an expanded national unity government.
In remarks late on Friday, he said the cabinet will be comprised of 35 ministers.
The lineup will be presented to parliament on Monday for a vote. The legislature will meet in the central city of Sirte.
The cabinet will be formed of 27 minister who will hold portfolios and six ministers of state.
Dbeibeh vowed that the ministers will prioritize the improvement of services provided to the people, the unification of state institutions and holding elections.
The PM has until March 19 to receive the parliament’s vote of confidence before embarking on the most challenging part of his mission, which is unifying institutions and leading the transitional phase until the December 24 elections are held.
Dbeibeh has divided the cabinet into seven sovereign and 14 service portfolios and six state ministers.
The lineup confirmed a previous Asharq Al-Awsat report that said Khaled Mazen would be appointed interior minister. Government of National Accord (GNA) Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha would no longer retain his post, despite the support he had received from Washington and Ankara.
He also named Lamia Bosidera, as foreign minister.
Dbeibeh will act as defense minister, similar to his predecessor GNA chief Fayez al-Sarraj.