Prime Minister-designate, Fathi Bashagha, will form a committee the shortage of fuel and electricity as Libyans struggle with frequent power cuts and lack of cooking gas and diesel.
The parliament-appointed premier issued Resolution No. 14 of 2022, in which he explained that the committee will be tasked with communicating directly with the relevant authorities “in order to develop urgent solutions to end the two crises, in a way that ensures that the level of services for the citizen will not decline in the future.”
The resolution stipulated that the committee will “convene constantly” and “submit daily reports on the results of its work to the Prime Minister.”
The committee is chaired by Bashagha’s deputy Ali Faraj al-Qatran, and includes members of the premier’s cabinet as well as representatives of Libya’s state-owned oil companies.