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Now, he is Libya's Antipope Alexander V, as his unity government was rejected by the internationally recognized government in Tobruk and the rival government in Tripoli. --Norden1990 (talk) 12:24, 21 March 2016 (UTC)
As per that source; "Since Libya’s airspace had been closed by the existing Tripoli-based authorities, the prime minister designate, Fayez Sarraj, and seven members of the presidential council travelled from Tunisia by sea to the city’s Abusita naval base.". (bolding mine) And that is a sourceyouprovided. - theWOLFchild 18:10, 3 April 2016 (UTC)
Agree with "The Wolf Child" on this one - Fayaz al Sarraj is the de jure Chairman of the Presidential Council but not de jure prime minister of Libya yet as this requires a vote of confidence by the House of Representatives, which has not happened yet. Designate would be an appropriate term to use in regards to PM. Cordyceps-Zombie (talk) 18:31, 3 April 2016 (UTC)