The Central Bank: 4 billion dollars, the amount of last January’s foreign currency revenues.

The Central Bank of Libya published its revenue data for the month of January, where foreign exchange uses amounted to 1.4 billion dollars, of which 245 million were covered from last year’s spending.

The Central Bank added, in its statement on its official Facebook page, that the salaries of workers abroad amounted to 100 million dollars, while the appropriations of the list of public authorities amounted to 145 million dollars, of which 95 million for the electricity company, and 25 million for the medical supply and health Authority.

While 8 million dollars were spent for higher education, and 15 million dollars for other public bodies, pointing out that they had received royalties due from oil companies for previous years, 10.9 billion dinars.

The Central Bank noted that during this period, no permissions were received from the Ministry of Finance for any section of public spending.

“Hosni Bey”: Dbaiba’s speech reminded me of the 2010 speech, and savings banks need loan guarantees.

Bashagha: The cabinet formation will be presented to the House of Representatives on time.