Libyan Prime Minister-elect Mustafa Abushagur (pictured) has nominated his cabinet on Wednesday, presenting a line-up that according to Reuters excludes the country's leading liberal coalition, the National Forces Alliance (NFA).
Abushagur said he wants to build a coalition government with a "geographical balance" in a country where regional rivalries are still rife.
Only the post of foreign minister remains to be filled, and in the meantime Abushagur will be acting Foreign Minister.
Congress will vote on the list name by name on Thursday.
Many of the names submitted are unknown, and there is only one woman on the list, as the proposed social affairs minister.
The proposed list is as follows: