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Shakshak asks Dbeibah to handle overabundance of public employees

The Head of the Audit Bureau Khalid Shakshak called in a letter on Monday to the Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah for putting in place measures to handle the excess of employees within the public sector.

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Signs of institutional partition come from Libya's judiciary

Taking the duty oath for the new justices of the Libyan Supreme Court was split on Monday between Benghazi in the east for those appointed by the House of Representatives (HoR) and Tripoli in the west for those appointed by the

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Southern Libya delegation threatens to form parallel government if its demands are not met

A delegation representing components of the south has threatened to form a parallel government similar to other existing governments, or to demand UN intervention if the rights of the southern region, which they outlined in a se

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Al-Lafi reaffirms importance of coordinating efforts to maintain ceasefire

The Deputy Head of the Presidential Council Abdullah Al-Lafi reiterated in a meeting with the UK ambassador to Libya, Caroline Hurndall, on Sunday that it is very important to coordinate efforts to maintain the ceasefire and sta

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Al-Jarrary: Exemption of Libya from Egypt’s ban on exporting basic commodities is significant

The Chairman of the Libyan Egyptian Joint Economic Chamber, Ibrahim Al-Jarrary, has said that the exemption of Libya from the Egyptian decision to ban exporting basic commodities would achieve some kind of boom in the local mark

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Fezzan municipalities council urges GNU to convene emergency meeting on south situation

Fezzan municipalities council has called in a statement on the Government of National Unity (GNU) to hold an emergency meeting on the situation in the south, conveying after a meeting in Sabha on Saturday ten demands to the GNU

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Final exams for SEC kicks off across Libya

The final exams for the Secondary Education Certificate (SEC) kicked off Sunday across the country.

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Libyan Remote Sensing sounds draught alarm

The Libyan Center for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences has called for declaring the state of emergency to confront and reduce the expected drought and provide an alternative solution for water shortages.

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