The Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity (GNU), Abdelhamid Dbaiba, discussed the progress of the campaign to remove non-descript buildings in some areas of the capital, with the mayors of municipalities.
The meeting was attended by Minister of Finance Khaled Abdullah, Minister of Local Government Badr al-Din al-Tumi, Mayor of Abu Salim Municipality Abd al-Rahman al-Hamidi, and Mayor of Al-Andalus Municipality Muhammad Al-Futaisi.
In a statement on Sunday the government said that the meeting touched upon the proposed alternatives to address the effects of the removal campaign carried out by the Public Services Company (PSC).The PSC is carrying out the removal of adhoc buildings and constructions built on the road and public space.
Prime Minister Dbaiba stressed the need to respect the laws related to construction. The meeting touched on the proposed alternatives to address the effects of the removal campaign carried out by the PSC.
The PSC is carrying out the removal of non-descript buildings and structures built on the road and public space in contravention of the law, according to a statement issued by the government on Sunday.
During the meeting Dbaiba stressed the need to respect the laws related to construction. He also affirmed the need to study how to provide alternatives that preserve decent livelihoods for citizens whose homes have been removed in violation of the law.
The GNU was appointed by the Libyan Political DIalogue Forum (LPDF) members in an United Nations (UN)-brokered peace process in February 2021. The government is supposed to lead the country until holding the general elections at the end of the year.