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Libyan National Anti-Corruption Authority cooperates with Tunisian counterpart on combating money laundering
February 21, 2019 - 13:32
Written by: SafaAlharathy
The head of the National Anti-Corruption Authority in Libya, Noman Sheikh said they have referred 121 files to the Tunisian authorities, relating to private companies involved in money laundering, smuggling and parallel trade.
Member of the Board of the Anti-Corruption Commission in Tunisia Mohamed Ayadi, confirmed during the first Tunisian-Libyan anti-corruption meeting held in Tunis on Tuesday; receiving these files, saying that some of which are linked to terrorist financing.
"The real estate sector is one of the largest sectors where money laundering is being carried out, both in Tunisia and Libya," Ayadi explained.