Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah expressed on Sunday his approval of the Central Bank of Libya's decision to reunify, deeming it a pivotal step towards enhancing its performance as a sovereign institution.
Furthermore, he called for persistent efforts to address any issues stemming from the previous division and reiterated the government's unwavering commitment to transparency and integration.
"I welcome the CBL governor's announcement and his deputy to unify the bank's institution," Dbeibah wrote on his personal Facebook account Sunday, as he called for persistent efforts to address any issues stemming from the previous division and reiterated the government's unwavering commitment to transparency and integration calling.
The Presidential Council also welcomed the bank's return as a unified institution and encouraged the administration to address the aftermath of the division.
For its part, the Presidential Council urged, in a statement on Sunday, the administration of the Central Bank to "work to address the effects that resulted from the state of division and to take it as an example to be guided by to unify the rest of the state's institutions," welcoming the announcement of its return as a unified sovereign institution.
Meanwhile, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Aqila Saleh praised the step, which he said came after "sincere national efforts" and encouraged all institutions to emulate this example in ending the state of division for the betterment of the Libyan people and nation.