The head of the Administrative Control Authority, Suleiman Al-Shanti, has expressed his hope to develop cooperation with Morocco and exchange experiences and expertise in the field of combating financial corruption and bribery.

This came during his meeting with the Moroccan Chief Public Prosecutor, Moulay El Hassan El Daki, in the capital, Rabat.

Al-Shanti reviewed the objectives and terms of reference of the authority that exercises administrative oversight over all executive agencies in Libya, according to the Moroccan Public Prosecution Office website.

In turn, the Moroccan official gave an overview of the functions of the Public Prosecution Office and its competencies in the field of combating financial crimes, praising the efforts made by the financial crimes departments of the competent courts.