On Wednesday the Attorney General’s Office called for the enforcement of 8,676 old arrest warrants that have not been carried out. Specifically, it called for the superiors of 1,632 convicted persons working for the Ministry of Interior / it’s affiliates to implement these arrest warrants.
The Libyan Crime Watch and Human Rights Defender called for immediate disclosure of the conditions of inmates in Garnada Prison after Storm Daniel. They also urged for the provision of immediate aid to those affected.
The Libyan Interior Minister, Emad Al-Trabelsi, has said that Libya pays “a large tax as a result of the issue of sheltering immigrants and providing them with assistance”, noting the closure of “some shelter centers that have been controlled by armed groups for the purpose of human trafficking.”
The Ministry of Interior of the Government of National Unity announced on Tuesday, the signing of two memorandums of understanding with Turkey.
Libya’s Tripoli-based Interior Ministry reported that its Director of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation, Noureddine Abu Jarida, discussed with the Security Attaché at the Dutch Embassy in Libya ways of security cooperation between the two countries.
The Libyan Minister of Interior Emad Al-Trabelsi, announced the end of the clashes that took place between government-affiliated apparatuses in Tripoli Sunday night, thanking the security forces for their role in the ceasefire, and adding according to footage posted on the media platform of government Hokoometna, that his ministry was …
Emad Trabelsi, Interior Minister of Libya’s Government of National Unity, and his Italian counterpart Matteo Piantedosi launched in Rome today the work of joint task force between the two countries to coordinate on security and immigration, according to a statement by the Italian interior ministry.
Ministry of Interior of the Government of National Unity has announced that two members of the Law Enforcement Department of the General Directorate of Security Operations were wounded in an armed attack.
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.