The Libyan Attorney General, Al-Siddiq Al-Sour, has said that the total number of cases his office is covering across Libya amounts to more than 700,000, adding in a joint press conference with the Minister of Interior, Emad Al-Trabelsi, on Tuesday, that the security situation in Libya was not 100% ideal, "but it is better than before as we are working in cooperation with various security agencies to maintain improvements at the current pace."

"The official statistics available to us now, which are being included in the digital transformation system from the year 2000 to 2023, there are 707,020 cases in all regions of Libya." The statement reads, hailing the response of the security directorates to serious cases such as murder, and molestation, among others. 

"The number of serious cases such as murder, robbery, trespassing on public and private property, organizing illegal immigration, human trafficking and drug trafficking amounted to 110,949, and the ordinary cases are 464,819, such as theft and aggravated misdemeanours, and the simple cases that may end in dropping charges are 131,252."

It also indicated that the Attorney General's Office would work in the coming period to complete these issues, to create security and generate a sense of justice among the people, pointing out that the interaction of the various security agencies with his office became tangible.

The Minister of the Interior, Emad Al-Trabelsi, said at the presser that Libya had reached a very good level of security, and pointed out that the Ministry of Interior would focus on improving work in the security directorates of Jabal Nafusa (Nafousa Mountain) during the remainder of the second half of 2023.