The Head of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, chaired the fifth meeting of the High Financial Committee in Sabha, in the south of the country, and held a series of meetings with a number of social and political components in the city.
The High Finance Committee called on all parties to abide by its decisions, and not deviate from the national and international consensus in order to achieve the higher goals in protecting the country's unity, stability and sovereignty.
It reaffirmed the continuation of holding its continuous meetings in different cities and regions across Libya, considering that this was a real indication of the recovery of the security situation and the promotion of national reconciliation.
Menfi hailed the practical measures taken by members of the military institution and security apparatuses in the southern region in facing the repercussions of the unfortunate events experienced by the country's southern neighboring countries, stressing the importance of returning living conditions to normal to Murzuq city and implementing its reconstruction plans and neglected areas in the south.
He also stressed the need to protect the facilities of the National Oil Corporation and the General Electricity Company as well as to agree on a comprehensive strategy for the energy sector by forming a technical committee of experts in this regard, calling on the relevant ministries and the Central Bank of Libya to quickly submit detailed financial statements, especially those related to Chapter Three for the year 2022.
In his response to a statement issued by a member of the committee, the deputy governor of the Central Bank of Libya, in which he questioned the legality of the committee; Menfi expressed his surprise at the questioning of the legality of forming the committee after more than 60 days since its formation, stressing that the Constitutional Circuit Court had been activated and could accept any appeals.