Audit Bureau criticizes the “negligent” of parties responsible for dealing with the economic crisis

The Audit Bureau (AB) criticized on Monday, what it called the “negligent” of the Presidential Council  (PC), the governor of the Central Bank of Libya (CBL) and the Economy minister, in taking serious measures to address the economic crisis in the country.

In a letter addressed to the aforementioned authorities, the AB considered that the carelessness of these entities is the reason behind the damage caused to the country’s assets and reserves, and the distortions and instability of the national economy, in addition to the imbalance exchange rate.

The AB warned, in the event these parties do not take responsibility and carry out the economic reforms that fall within their competence, it would have to stop them from acting with the country’s accounts and its assets abroad, and subject them to the associated review, in accordance with the law.

The AB had stopped a number of officials, and frozen the accounts of some companies; due to charges related to financial and administrative corruption.

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