February 8, 2023

Suleiman Al-Shanti, head of the Libyan Administrative Control Authority, is visiting Morocco with a high-level delegation to learn from Morocco’s experience in governance, oversight, the judiciary and the fight against corruption. According to a statement by the National Commission on Integrity, Prevention and Combating Bribery, the head of the commission, Bashir al-Rashdi, received a Libyan official in Rabat on Monday (January 9).

According to the statement, this visit takes place as part of the desire of the Moroccan and Libyan sides to exchange experience and knowledge in the field of good governance and to strengthen the culture of honesty, transparency and the fight against corruption.

During this meeting, Al-Rashdi briefed the Libyan delegation on Morocco’s well-known progress at the institutional and legislative levels in the field of combating corruption, especially with regard to strengthening the legal framework of the National Authority for Integrity and the Prevention and Combating of Corruption. Bribery with the issuance of his new law, which empowered him to carry out new tasks in accordance with the requirements set out in the constitution, which will allow him to contribute to the national efforts to effectively combat corruption, within the framework of integration with other institutions dealing with this problem.

For his part, Al-Shanti reviewed the tasks of the Office of Administrative Control in Libya and its role in the field of good governance in the field of public administration and the fight against corruption, as well as the efforts being made in this direction.

The Libyan delegation is on a visit to the National Authority for Integrity, Prevention and Combating Bribery, which will last until Friday, January 13, 2023, during which it will meet with senior officials of the Supreme Accounts Council, the Kingdom’s mediator. , the Presidium of the Prosecutor’s Office and the Ministry delegated to the Prime Minister in charge of the digital transition and administrative reform to review the efforts and role of these institutions in the field of financial control and the fight against corruption.

The Libyan authorities exercise administrative control over the executive authorities in the state and supervise their work in order to ensure the extent to which they fulfill their duties and fulfill their duties in their areas of competence and the implementation of laws. It also works to identify crimes and violations that prejudice the performance of the duties of public office or damage its dignity, investigate them and take the necessary measures to bring those responsible to justice.

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