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EU, UNODC and UNICRI launch anti-corruption and money laundering project in Libya

The European Union, in collaboration with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI), is launching a new project entitled “Building Libya’s National Capacity to Prevent and Combat Corruption and Money Laundering”, the EU announced yesterday.

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Talks underway to unify state budget, split oil revenues across Libya

The New Arab newspaper reported Libyan Central Bank board of directors’ member Emraje Ghaith as saying that discussions are underway to unify state budget between the Government of National Accord and Interim Government in eastern Libya, in what can be described as the first talks between the two rivals since …

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Economic transparency and structural reform remain Libya’s last hope

For a range of reasons, 21st century civil wars have tended to be more protracted and multiparty than those of the 20th century. One is that the 21st century’s international system is more fractured and therefore promotes proxy intervention while consistently hampering mediation efforts.

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