Al-Tagouri charged for burning 75 new cars
Arrageeb Libyan Consumer Protection Organisation (ALCPO) has condemned the recent clashes that took place in the capital, Tripoli, and the corruption of funds and public money, regarding the burning of about 75 new Kia 2022 cars belonging to the Internal Security Agency.
The organisation explained on its Facebook page that the value of one car is estimated at more than 90,000 dinars, a total value of more than one and a half million Libyan dinars.
A video circulated on social media showed pro Bashagha government, Haitham Al-Tagouri seizes the cars. At a later time pictures revealed that the cars were completely burned.
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