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Audit Bureau reveals embezzlement at Rome and Vatican Libyan embassies

The Tripoli-based Libyan Audit Bureau announced Wednesday that it had discovered embezzlement and appropriation of public funds in the Libyan embassies in Rome and the Vatican. It said that the crimes involved officials of the embassies.

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Agreement reached on criteria for choosing sovereign positions at Bouznika

The delegations from the Libyan parliament, the Tobruk-based House of Representatives (HoR), and the High State Council (HSC) announced that they had reached a comprehensive understanding on the criteria for selecting the holders of Libya’s sovereign positions.

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Libyan politicians urge UN Secretary General to facilitate constitution referendum

Members of the Libyan Constitution Drafting Assembly (CDA), politicians, and members of the House of Representatives called on the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres to facilitate the first referendum on constitution in Libya’s history.

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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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