The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah revealed that government revenues from January to May 2024 amounted to more than 43 billion dinars, while public spending exceeded 32 billion dinars.

During the Cabinet meeting on Monday in Tripoli, Dbeibah explained a number of measures taken by the government with the aim of gradually increasing Libya’s oil production and reaching two million barrels per day in the next year. He stressed the stability of the electrical network for the second year in a row, expressing his determination to continue developing and renewing it to eliminate "the dark years" that Libya suffered from.

Dbeibah also indicated that his government had granted 500 seats to the families of those affected by the Daniel Storm and ensuing floods that struck Derna and some areas of Al-Jabal Al-Akhdar. He commended the educational system and the results it has achieved in recent years, confirming the addition of 44 new schools in various parts of the country during the first five months of 2024.

Responding to the item of constructing a road linking Misrata and Tarhouna, Dbeibah announced his intention to assign a number of ministries and agencies immediately after Eid Al-Adha vacation to discuss the needs of the city of Tarhouna, which suffered from wars and killings. He stressed that his government would not forget the crimes committed in Tarhouna, no matter how far away their perpetrators were, announcing that he had assigned the Minister of Justice and the Minister of Interior to follow up on the issue and prosecute the perpetrators of Tarhouna crimes.

Dbeibah indicated that his government would pay great attention to Tarhouna in the coming period, deciding at the same time to hold the next two Cabinet meetings there. He again criticized the House of Representatives (HoR) and the High Council of State (HCS), accusing them of trying to “extend their terms in power and create new transitional stages,” instead of focusing on resolving the crises facing the country.

He stressed that “the meetings held by some members of the HoR and the HCS aim only to serve their personal interests, far from the interests of the nation and the citizen,” referring to the meeting that was held in Misrata. He also criticized the lack of interest of the HoR and the HCS in resolving the issues of the kidnapping of some members, "and the issue of counterfeiting the Libyan currency outside the country", calling for taking the consequences of parallel spending away from the citizens.