The Libyan Labor Minister Ali Al-Abed said Libya is going to receive about two million Egyptian workers in the two coming years to help rebuild the country, saying Egyptian workers already started to arrive a couple of months ago.
Al-Abed told Masrawi website that Egyptian workers are "highly in demand" inside Libya and they would work in the reconstruction projects, saying they would arrive in two stages: a million in 2022 and another million in 2023, to work in reconstruction and infrastructure projects.
The Ministry of Education is considering the possibility of getting students back to school on a daily schedule.
On Tuesday, the ministry said it reviewed with the Director of the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) the current study plan and the possibility of adjusting it.
The High Council of State (HCS) says that it is unlikely to conduct elections on January 24, expecting that they will be held in mid-2022, provided that all political parties have "goodwill."
A spokesman for the HCS Mohamed, Abdel Nasser, reiterated during an interview with the Al-Jazeera Mubasher channel that the electoral laws issued by the House of Representatives (HoR) were made unilaterally, far from the political agreement.
The Government of National Unity (GNU) is to establish a media support fund to finance media initiatives with the aim of enhancing the services provided by this sector, GNU Minister of State for Communication and Political Affairs Walid Al-Lafi has confirmed.
Al-Lafi made his remarks during a visit to the headquarters of the General Authority for Monitoring Media Discourse in Tripoli Tuesday.
The draw for the 2022 CAF Confederation Cup group stage was held on Tuesday at the Confederation of African Football (CAF) headquarters in Egypt.
Libya has two teams in the competition, including Al-Ittihad, which secured its ticket in the CAF Group Stage after the Nigerian Enyimba failed to make it to the away game fixed in Benghazi due to traveling issues.
Al-Ahly Tripoli and the runner-up of the local league competition in the last edition was drawn in Group A.
The Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity, Abdel Hamid Dbeibah, said that the government will start granting loans to youth and non-youth in the coming days, noting that the government's Economic Committee will start implementing the economic development loan program.
Members of the House of Representatives (HoR) met behind closed doors on Monday to listen to reports on the elections from the Ministry of Interior, the General Intelligence Agency, the Administrative Control Authority, and the Parliamentary Committee.
However, a number of MPs revealed what happened in this closed meeting.