Tripoli residents protest cash shortage and electricity outage
A number of residents from the capital, Tripoli, have been protesting in the Martyrs Square complaining about the country-wide dire shortage of cash and long-hours outage of electricity, not to mention the protesters rage against the skyrocketing prices of everyday basics.
Meanwhile, Tripoli is suffering from blackouts that continue daily for long hours and massive crowdedness at the banks as well as terribly bad public services.
How to submit an Op-Ed: Libyan Express accepts opinion articles on a wide range of topics. Submissions may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include ‘Op-Ed’ in the subject line.
- Stephanie Williams calls on Libyan parties to set clear timeline for elections - January 27, 2022
- Libya’s attorney general discusses legal cooperation with Italian counterpart - January 27, 2022
- Egypt, Algeria calls for timely elections in Libya - January 27, 2022