Prime Minister agrees to activate public tender for healthcare
A discussion was held between the Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah and the head of the Audit Bureau, Khaled Shakshak, regarding government spending, transparency, and fair distribution of funds.
Adel Jumaa, Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs, and Audit Bureau Undersecretary Alaa AMasallati attended a meeting at the Audit Bureau on Tuesday.
There was a discussion of mechanisms for activating public tenders for medical supplies and medicine, implementing the new schools project, and supporting the General Electricity Company in order to stabilise the network and increase production during the summer season.
It was agreed that the two sides would meet with the Ministry of Health, the Medical Supply Authority, and the Ministry of Finance to start implementing public tenders, which have been delayed since 2009, to improve the health sector in Libya.
The two sides also agreed to renovate national companies capable of implementing new schools projects, and stressed the necessity of complementarity between the state’s executive and oversight branches to ensure the provision of good services to citizens, reduce corruption, and enhance the principle of disclosure and transparency in all procedures.
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