The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbiebah, the Governor of the Central Bank of Libya (CBL), Al-Siddiq Al-Kabir, and the Head of the Audit Bureau, Khalid Shakshak, discussed three financial files related to disclosure and transparency reports, the impact of the oil closure on the work of power plants, and the medical treatment file at home and abroad.
The trio held a meeting on Wednesday at the CBL headquarters in Tripoli, in the presence of the Minister-designate of Finance, Mohammed Al-Shahoubi, the Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs, Adel Juma, and Minister of State for Communication and Political Affairs Walid Al-Lafi, the Governor’s advisor, and the Director of the General Administration of Control over the Sovereign Sector at the Audit Bureau.
A statement published by the Government of National Unity on Facebook said that the meeting reviewed the disclosure and transparency reports issued by the CBL and the Ministry of Finance, and they had agreed on the need to increase the details in the data, especially in the data referred to financial services monitoring centers in the regions.
The meeting also discussed the measures taken by the government regarding the oil closure and their impact on the work of power plants, in addition to the need to take deterrent steps, while the third file discussed by the meeting was the medical treatment file at home and abroad, the steps to be activated in accordance with the meetings of the Prime Minister and the Audit Bureau in this file, and the need to provide medicines that contribute to supporting treatment at home.
Dbiebah stressed earlier on Wednesday the need for setting standards and criteria for those who will be sent abroad for medical treatment, urging for forming central and branch committees to sift through the process, giving priority for tumor patients.