HCS member says Council will reconsider CBL governor if economic reforms are not implemented

The High Council of State member, Najat Sharaf Addin said on Friday the Council will reconsider the post of governor of the Central Bank of Libya if current governor did not commit to implementing the economic reforms promised.

Sharaf Addin said in a statement to ArraedLG, the members of the HCS consider the reform of the economic situation of the country a priority to be implemented immediately, explaining that they do not consider the problem of oil ports as an obstacle to the implementation of reforms.

The governor of the Central Bank of Libya, Al-Sadiq Al-Kabir promised economic reforms in June before invoking the closure of oil ports.

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