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The parallel government … corruption that has exhausted the Libyan state … when will it stop?

In light of the current situation witnessed by the country, which was caused by Hifter militias when it closed the main revenue of the country, by stopping the production of oil from oil fields and ports, with the support of the parallel government that describes itself responsible for citizens in the eastern region, the conversation has again returned to corruption that marred its work, It overlooked the suffering of the citizen, and the repercussions it causes.

The office of auditing warns of financial delusions

A report of the office of Auditors in Al-Bayda monitored numerous violations committed by the parallel government headed by Al-Thani, most of which related to the disposal of public money, and the disbursement of millions of dollars from state treasures being settled under the terms described by the report as “delusional”, indicating the exchange of huge sums of money in exchange for the supply and installation of cameras and household items And its supplements and maintenance of attachments for the parallel government headquarters.

The report emphasized that the government took some illegal measures, including spending direct sums on projects within the municipalities, without following the correct procedures by allocating sums to the Ministry of Local Government in order to allocate them to the municipalities and supervise them, and allocating sums for projects not included in the public budget, without issuing them Budget allocation decision.

Excessive randomness

The central bank in al-Bayda said that the parallel government balances with the central bank have exhausted the ability to continue borrowing from the Central Bank of Libya, which has spanned five years, which necessitates the search for appropriate alternatives to finance the budget and not involve the central bank in what does not concern it from the issues of budget financing.

Earlier, head of the Supreme Council of the State, Khaled almishri, had announced that the public debt in the eastern region had reached 50 billion dinars in recent years.

Almishri said that the banks of Unity, Trade and Development, in addition to the National Commercial bank to a lesser degree, are almost bankrupt and almost collapsing in the coming period, adding that the Trade, Development and Unity banks, whose headquarters are in Benghazi, have exhausted all the assets and funds of the depositors.

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