Libya’s HoR sets minimum wage to 1000 dinars

The House of Representatives (HoR) spokesman Abdullah Blehiq announced the postponement of the session to elect a second deputy speaker on Tuesday, adding that the session reviewed unified salary arrangements and approved a minimum wage of 1000 Libyan dinars.

The Speaker of the HoR Aqila Saleh said he would withdraw from the next session to elect a second deputy speaker because one of the candidates had accused him of forgery in the past, adding that the candidate issued a statement saying he was making forgery.

Saleh postponed the election of the second deputy speaker to the next session, without mentioning the member who accused him of forgery.

A number of HoR members previously issued a statement after the session of withdrawing confidence from the Government of National Unity in which they accused Saleh of falsifying the number of attendance and the result of the vote.


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