Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah discussed with the head of the Audit Bureau, Khaled Shakshak, government spending, transparency and fair distribution files.

This came during a meeting held at the Audit Bureau headquarters on Tuesday, in the presence of the Bureau's Undersecretary, Alaa Al-Masallati, and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs, Adel Jumaa.

The meeting focused on discussing mechanisms for activating public tender for medicine and medical supplies, implementing the new schools project and supporting the General Electricity Company with the aim of stabilizing the network, increasing production to deal with the summer peak.

The two sides agreed to hold a meeting with the Ministry of Health, the Medical Supply Authority and Ministry of Finance, to start implementing public tender, which has been delayed since 2009, as a step to rectify the conditions of the health sector in Libya.

The two sides also agreed on rehabilitating national companies capable of implementing new schools project, and stressed the need for complementarity of the state's executive and oversight branches, to ensure the provision of good services to citizens, reduce corruption, and to enhance the principle of disclosure and transparency in all procedures.