An official in the Libyan Audit Bureau said, “Corruption is one of the most important causes of security tensions, and the weakness of the education and health systems,” noting that it “reinforces manifestations of injustice and affects all electoral benefits.”
Aldabaiba reacts to cases of profligacy cited in the damning Audit Report by announcing restrictive spending measures
Incumbent caretaker Prime Minister, Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba, has announced a series of spending restrictions on operating expenses on ministries and public entities in response to the damning reports cited in the latest Audit Bureau 2021 report.
Libya’s Prime Minister of National Unity Government Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, has accused the Audit Bureau of attempting to “tarnish” his government’s image after the publication of its 2021 report, which documents misuse of public funds.
Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, the Libyan prime minister of the Tripoli-based government, have used public funds to award his guests with luxurious gifts during his first year in office, the Audit Bureau revealed in a damning report about the Libyan government’s expenditures in 2021.
Audit Bureau approved LNA salaries pay after representatives announcement to suspend work at JMC, says Spox
The official spokesman of the Libyan National Army (LNA), Major General Ahmed al-Mismari, said that the Audit Bureau sent a letter to the Central Bank of Libya approving the payment of LNA soldiers salaries, day after the statement of the army representatives at the 5+5 Joint Military Committee (JMC).
The Head of the Libyan Audit Bureau Khalid Shakshak said blocking oil revenues by the National Oil Corporation (NOC) in the last months was unusual and against state laws, adding that they had spoken to the NOC more than once to notify it about the illegal and risky behavior that …
President of the Libyan Presidential Council (PC), Mohamed al-Menfi, stressed during his meeting on Monday with the Head of the Audit Bureau, Khaled Shakshak, and the Head of the Administrative Control Authority, Suleiman al-Shanti, the importance of the work carried out by the Bureau and the Authority.
Libya’s Audit Bureau yesterday published its 2020 Annual Report after referring it to the legislative and competent authorities, it said.
Libya does not yet fully use internationally accepted accounting principles and Audit Bureau is not independent according to international standards: U.S. State Department report
The section in the U.S. State Department ‘‘2021 Fiscal Transparency Report’’ on Libya says internal political and civil conflict has prevented the Libyan government from fully implementing its budget processes, which has adversely affected fiscal transparency and the country’s operations.
The head of the Libyan Audit Bureau Khaled Shakshak met yesterday with several stakeholders at his office to review the results of the trial launch of the pilot system for inspecting local and overseas state medical bills. The system covers both civilian patients and patients wounded in fighting.