The Central Bank of Libya (CBL) announced Wednesday the arrival of the fourth cash shipment, worth 100 million dinars (over $20 million), to Benghazi.
The Electoral Administration Office – Benghazi received on Sunday voter cards for the electoral administration offices in the Eastern Region (Cyrenaica), coming from the main warehouses of the General Administration.
The Government of National Unity has decided to build a “technological city” in a small town in western Libya, which aims to be “a space for decision-makers, scientists, creators and innovator to embrace the outputs of higher education, leaked documents show.
Dignitaries and political activists of Cyrenaica issued a statement Sunday regarding the political developments, demanding justice in distributing wealth to all Libya’s regions.
Member of the Libyan Parliament Ziad Daghim commented on the statement of Cyrenaica officials that denounced Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh’s policies, stressing that there had been a series of steps since a while towards escalation and the loss of the gains that had been achieved, especially after the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) meeting and its success in forming a single authority in the country.
There is no clear intention of the Libyan Government of National Unity (GNU) to hold the elections on their scheduled date, Dec. 24 this year, said GNU Deputy Interior Minister, Faraj Aqeim.
“Local forces in the regions of Cyrenaica and Fezzan are considering closing oil fields and terminals and stopping oil exports in protest at the policies of the National Unity Government headed by Abdel Hamid Dbeibah,” an informed source announced.
The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) said on Sunday it took note of the issues set out in the statement of Cyrenaica region officials against Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh and called on the Government of National Unity (GNU) to address them without delay.
Libyan Deputy Prime Minister, Hussein Al-Qatrani, said the position of Cyrenaica region officials that denounced the policies of the Prime Minister, Abdulhamid Dbeibeh, came after great pressure from public opinion in Cyrenaica, and suspending financial dues of some public sectors and agencies in the region.
Libyan Deputy Prime Minister, Hussein al-Qatrani, has called for a meeting tomorrow that includes ministers and deputy ministers representing Cyrenaica region, mayors of municipalities and heads of the governing councils.