Since assuming power in the country after the signing of the Skhirat Agreement and naming him head the Presidential Council of , Fayez Al-Sarraj has issued many decisions in recent years, as some of them have not been destined to see the light to remain confined to the paper on which they were written on or in the drawers and devices of archive departments in the various ministries.
Among these decisions, which did not see the light, the General Electricity Company, for which Al-Sarraj chairs the general assembly, signed in December 2017 at the headquarters of the German Foreign Ministry in Berlin, in the presence of the President of the Presidential Council, Fayez Al-Sarraj, a contract to establish two electric power plants in Tripoli and Misurata, with Siemens.
The media office of Al-Sarraj added on its official page that the production capacity of the power plant to be established in Tripoli is about 690 megawatts, while the production capacity of the Misurata plant will reach about 640 megawatts.
Development and Growth
In December 2018, Al-Sarraj issued Decree No. 1686 of 2018, allocating a sum of one billion dinars for the development of the south, according to what was published by Al-sarraj’s media office on his official page.
The second article of the decision stipulates that the financial value mentioned in this decision shall be financed from the proceeds of the fees imposed on foreign exchange sales, but the decision remained on paper, and the allocated value has not yet been spent.
Decisions on Paper
In January 2018, Al-Sarraj and then Minister of Education Othman Abdul-Jalil attended the signing of an agreement to provide health insurance services to teachers, faculty members, and employees in the public and higher education sector.
The aforementioned agreement was signed between the Ministry and the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the General Health Insurance Fund, as the decision aims to provide treatment and medical services for all education sector workers and their families, in all parts of the country.
In April 2019, Al-Sarraj announced the allocation of 100 million Libyan dinars to support some municipalities. To provide aid, and basic needs for the displaced and those affected in conflict areas, while many municipalities complained that no money was received by them in this regard.
In the same context, Al-Sarraj instructed Finance Minister Faraj Boumtari, last June, to make a financial settlement of 100 million dinars for the families of the victims of the “Volcano of Anger and Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous” operations and the February fighters, which has not happened until now.