The Anti-Corruption Prosecution of the Tripoli Court of Appeal ordered the detention of a former director of the Jumhouria Bank,…
The Libyan Prime Minister, Fathi Bashagha, confirmed that his government had obtained a budget estimated at only 1.05 billion dinars (about $200 million) to be spent on all the regions of Libya.
Libyan Prime Minister, Fathi Bashagha, stressed Tuesday that the political and institutional divide opened the door wide to financial and administrative corruption.
The Libyan Minister of Culture, Mabrouka Toghi, was released after she had been held under detention by order of the Public Prosecutor pending an investigation against her over allegations of corruption.
Former Libyan ambassador to France, Shaibani Buhamoud, alluded to corruption of the Government of National Unity (GNU) regarding the money it allocated for Libyans who have new marriage contracts.