The House of Representatives hosts activities to commemorate International Anti-Corruption Day.Pulbished on:
Benghazi, December 10, 2023 (LANA) - The House of Representatives hosted, in its office in Benghazi, activities to commemorate International Anti-Corruption Day, which falls on the ninth of December, and which is organized by the National Anti-Corruption Authority.
The launch of the activities was attended by the Second Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mesbah Douma, members of the House of Representatives, Ibrahim Al-Zagheed, Muhammad Tamer, Rahma Abu Bakr, and Sultanah Al-Mismari, the head of the National Anti-Corruption Authority, Ajdid Maatouq, the head of the Administrative Control Authority, Khaled Najm, and the Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy, Awad Al-Badri, the authorized Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Abdul Hadi Al-Hawaij, and a number of employees of the National Anti-Corruption Authority and a group of advisors, jurists, and lawyers.
The Second Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Misbah Douma, stressed in his speech that the House of Representatives is making every effort to combat corruption that has spread throughout all levels of the state.
For his part, the Prime Minister-designate of the House of Representatives, “Osama Hammad,” in his speech, the National Anti-Corruption Authority took all steps and decisions to combat all those who spoiled Libyan public affairs financially and administratively, and to cooperate in achieving its tasks with the rest of the regulatory, accounting and judicial bodies to reach the highest levels of transparency. .
He stressed that his government places all its administrative and financial work under the balance of the regulatory, accounting and judicial bodies in the Libyan state, and that it cooperates on a daily and direct basis with these bodies to enable it to carry out its work in an environment that helps it achieve the preservation of public money and improve the workflow in a way that brings positive results in all areas of life, economic, political and social in Libya.