Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah has ruled out any reason or justification for the scarcity of liquidity that the country is currently witnessing, adding that “banks are exploiting our circumstances.”

During the opening of the Grand Mosque in Al-Asabaa, Dbeibah called for a radical change in the policy of the Central Bank and the rest of the banks. He said that he had no authority over the banks to provide liquidity and that they had sought help from some companies to provide it.

Regarding the economic conditions, Dbeibah reiterated his assertion that they are fine, and that imposing tax on foreign exchange sales is an unjustified injustice, calling on Libyans to stand against unjust decisions, including the decision to impose a foreign exchange tax.