Khaled Saad, who is acting as Minister of Justice in Bashagha’s government, has accused the UN mission and external parties, which he declined to mention, of dividing Libya.
Libya’s interior and justice ministries have agreed to launch a joint project for the development of juvenile justice, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) says.
After widespread and serious militia clashes in Tripoli overnight Friday, which went on until Friday afternoon, caretaker Prime Minister Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba yesterday sacked his Interior Minister Khaled Mazen. Bader Aldeen Al-Tumi, the Minister for Local Government has been appointed as Acting Interior Minister.
The Presidential Council (PC), in its capacity as the Supreme Commander of the Libyan Army, has given the ministers of defence and interior three days to submit a report on the armed clashes that took place in the capital Tripoli on Friday night.
Libya’s state National Oil Corporation (NOC) confirmed yesterday that several locations in Zawia refinery were subjected to ‘‘varying damage’’ due to militia clashes that took place on Friday evening.
The Libyan Interior Minister, Khalid Mazen, called on all security apparatuses to double their efforts to exact security and dismantle criminal gangs for the safety of the people.
The Libyan Interior Ministry condemned the armed confrontations in Tripoli on Monday evening between armed groups affiliated to the Presidential Council and the Interior Ministry of Dbeibeh’s government.
The Ministry of Interior announced the conclusion of the training course in the field of combating counterfeiting and forgery of public documents.
Powerful former interior minister Fathi Bashagha, 59, presented Monday his candidacy file before the House of Representatives (HoR).
The Ministry of Interior says that a group affiliated with ISIS is moving in the southwestern region to destabilize the security in the country.