Proof of growing pressure for planned new constitution to adopt a federal structure
Tripoli, Libya: The leader of a political group in Libya’s oil-rich Cyrenaica province declared it a self-governing region in a speech on Saturday, evidence of growing pressure for a planned new constitution to adopt a federal structure.
(Adds congress statement on disruptions, paragraphs 3-5)
By Ghaith Shennib
May 22 (Reuters) – Protesters have turned off a valve on a pipeline carrying oil to the eastern Libyan terminal of Zueitina, industry sources said, as politicians called for tougher action against those who attack oil facilities following a spate of disruptions.
By Sami Zaptia.
Tripoli, 21 May 2013:
Speaking at Sunday’s Prime Ministerial press conference, the Minister of Education Ali Abed said that his Ministry was working on the review of old curriculums and that many errors in books referring to the old regime were noted and being corrected.
Tripoli, 19 May 2013:
Bani Walid councillors are forming a committee to investigate accusations of administrative and financial irregularities at the local hospital.
The committee will investigate claims that the head of the hospital is responsible for poor administrative procedures and financial irregularities, according to Libyan news agency LANA.