Libya’s Administrative Control Authority unveils 216 cases of public funds’ violations in 2021

The Head of the Administrative Control Authority, Sulaiman Al-Shanti, announced on Sunday the investigation into 204 cases related to public funds, and the indictment of 554 individuals in violations that took place in 2021 and before.

Al-Shanti explained that the number of cases registered during the period from January 1 to December 1, 2021 amounted to 216, adding in a press conference that measures were taken in 39 cases in 2020, and against 55 individuals who were referred to the district courts in 21 cases.

He indicated that 327 people were referred to the disciplinary councils in 121 case, and 25 others were referred to the Supreme Disciplinary Council in 22 cases.

Al-Shanti also remarked that 47 individuals were referred to the relevant disciplinary councils in 14 cases, except for 27 cases that were closed, and 6 cases that were not dealt with administratively, pointing out that the total number of 120 case files were investigated in the offices of the authority.

Al-Shanti also referred to the failure to preserve the public funds, forgery in official documents, the use of public funds for purposes outside their intended purposes, the use of forged memberships, embezzlement of public funds, and abuse of job powers, in addition to negligence in performing job duties, and erroneous behavior that resulted in the unlawful spending of public funds.

He further explained that the delay in the 2021 report was due to technical issues, but the authority referred a copy of the report to the legislative authority last August for opinion.


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