The Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Libya (CBL), Maree Al-Barasi, announced his resignation from the membership of the Supreme Finance Committee, which was formed by the Presidential Council’s decision to monitor public spending.
The Libyan Parliament-appointed Prime Minister Osama Hammad welcomed on Sunday the announcement of the unification of the Central Bank of Libya (CBL).
The Libyan State’s general revenues from 1 January to 31 July, 2023 amounted to 62.8 billion dinars (about $13.16 billion), according to the Central Bank of Libya (CBL).
Central Bank of Libya (CBL) in Tripoli failed to account for the delivery of US$4.8 billion worth of local dinar banknotes from a British printing company, according to a leaked financial review, raising questions about where the money went.
The Governor of the Central Bank of Libya, Al-Siddiq Al-Kabir, held discussions on four major files with the World Bank Group Executive Director, Naveed Baloch, last week.
Central Bank of Libya (CBL) Governor Siddiq al-Kabir met Wednesday with Economy Minister Mohamed al-Huwaij, at CBL headquarters in Tripoli.
The Central Bank of Libya (CBL) announced Sunday that its reserves of gold are still the same without decrease since August 20, 2011, in response to the report of the World Gold Council on gold reserves in Libya.
Central Bank of Libya (CBL) announced that public revenues amounted to 134.4 billion dinars (about $28 billion) during the past year, while public spending amounted to 127.9 billion dinars (about $26.8 billion).
The Central Bank of Libya (CBL) has said that public revenues amounted to 92.6 billion dinars (about $19 billion) from the beginning of this year until November 30, compared to spending of 85.7 billion dinars (about $17.6 billion) during the same period.
The Central Bank of Libya (CBL) Governor, Siddiq al-Kabir, met Sunday with members of the Planning and General Budget Committee of the Parliament.