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Libya: Road to Peace Can’t Bypass Justice

Armed groups that support competing Libyan governments and their international benefactors have been responsible for massive civilian casualties, displacement, and destruction during 2020, Human Rights Watch said today in its World Report 2021 There is an urgent need for a newly established United Nations-mandated Libya fact-finding mission to investigate violations …

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Attorney General’s Office discuss cooperation with human rights organizations

The Head of the Investigations Bureau at the Attorney General’s Office, Al-Saddiq Al-Soor, on Monday held discussions with representatives of the National Human Rights Commission in Libya and the International Organization for Cooperation and Emergency Aid on aspects of cooperation between all parties concerned.

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Interior Ministry to prosecute all those involved in corruption, complete investigations and gather evidence – corruption cases of LD 1.75 billion being investigated

Fathi Bashagha, Interior Minister for Libya’s internationally recognized government in Tripoli, yesterday instructed the Head of his Department for Combating Financial Crimes and Money Laundering to prosecute all those involved in corruption, complete investigations and gather evidence.

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