Libyan Executive and Legislative Authorities have spent about 1.27 billion dinars in the first half of 2022 on steering expenditures and salaries' payment only.

The Government of National Unity and its affiliated bodies got 564 million, 318.000 and 236 dinars, according to the report on public financial disclosure and transparency published on the Ministry of Finance’s Facebook page on Tuesday.

The spending of the House of Representatives and its affiliated bodies was 451 million 390.000  and 144 dinars, while the Presidential Council and its affiliated bodies was allocated 235 million and 326.000 and 903 dinars, and the spending of the High Council of State reached 25 million and 232.000 and 953 dinars.

All of those entities obtained 5.4% of the total expenditure in the first chapter (salaries) and second chapter (administration, equipment and operating expenses), which amounted to 23 billion and 427 million and 695.000 thousand and 639 dinars.

The Central Bank of Libya (CBL) said, in a statement on revenues and expenditures in the first half of 2022 on Tuesday that oil closures had led to direct losses of 3.5 billion dollars as per the National Oil Corporation's (NOC) announcement.