Government

27-08-2013
A new body, called the Administrative Monitoring Authority, will be responsible for overseeing the performance of government ministries, public companies, overseas Libyan embassies and other state-owned entities.
22-08-2013
A new General National Congress decision defines the role of the financial monitoring body and increases the minimum value of state contracts that require approval.
20-08-2013
The government says it is carrying out final tests for the long-awaited new electronic passports.
20-08-2013
The government has appointed a new Libyan representative to the World Customs Organisation (WCO).
19-08-2013
The interim government has formed a new committee responsible for compensating the value of movable assets lost during the 2011 conflict.
19-08-2013
Citing a "lack of support" and political interference, Mohamed al-Sheikh steps down less than three months after being sworn in by the General National Congress.
15-08-2013
The government has transferred the first payment of the second half of the 2013 budget to local councils.
15-08-2013
New management has been appointed for the state body tasked with monitoring government finances and larger contracts.
14-08-2013
The General National Congress (GNC) has appointed a new chairman for its foreign investment committee.
05-08-2013
Kamila Khamis al-Mazini has decided to remain in her post, less than a week after announcing she would step down in protest at the recent series of assassinations in eastern Libya.
05-08-2013
Awad Barasi stepped down on 3 August, the latest in a series of resignations from the interim Libyan government.
01-08-2013
The interim prime minister has decided against changing his government, and says that a "crisis committee" will be formed instead.
29-07-2013
Public-sector employees in Yefren, Kabaw, Tamazin, Jado and Al Qalaa reportedly halted work on 26 July in protest over the recently-approved law on electing a new constitution-drafting body.
29-07-2013
A Ministry of Interior spokesman told LANA that its work was being hindered because it had not yet received its full budget allocation.
29-07-2013
Kamila Khamis al-Mazini announced her resignation on 28 July in the wake of several assassinations and bombings in Benghazi.