Government

10-10-2013
Libya's prime minister, Ali Zeidan, has been freed after having been seized from the Corinthia Hotel on the morning of 10 October.  
10-10-2013
A translation of the statement released on the prime minister’s website on 10 October:
04-10-2013
The Central Bank of Egypt has ordered banks to suspend the accounts of up to 20 senior figures from the Gaddafi regime, as well as several state-run entities.
03-10-2013
Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has denied that his government paid "bribes" to re-open oil ports, but admitted that it offered money to groups behind the closures in return for handing in their weapons.
01-10-2013
A statement signed by General National Congress (GNC) members from southern Libya has rejected a recent declaration of self-governance from an Ubari-based group.
26-09-2013
A spokesman for the defence ministry clarifies recent comments, saying that no decision has yet been taken on whether to purchase border control services and equipment from foreign foreigns.
25-09-2013
The General National Congress (GNC) is studying a request from the Ministry of Economy to provide a further LD800m ($640m) towards subsidies.
23-09-2013
Libya's largest political grouping, the National Forces Alliance (NFA), says it rejects an extension of "even one day" to the term of the General National Congress (GNC).
19-09-2013
A spokesman for Libya’s national assembly says its term will only end when a constitution is finalised and a new parliament elected, and not on a specific date.
18-09-2013
An additional LD208m ($166m) has been allocated to the defence ministry to pay wages to over 8,000 employees, with the government requesting a further LD5bn ($4bn) in extra funds for other purposes.
10-09-2013
The national assembly has voted in favour of appointing Mohamed bin Saoud as the new Minister of Information.
09-09-2013
Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has put forward Mohamed bin Saoud to fill the post, which has been vacant since June.
04-09-2013
Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has announced that certain categories of the civil service will receive a 20% pay rise, despite the oil crisis prompting concern over state spending.
04-09-2013
A chairman and deputy chairman have been selected to head the new Administrative Monitoring Authority, which is being set up to review the performance of ministries and state-run entities.
03-09-2013
The General National Congress (GNC) has approved legislation allowing the government to move funds between different sections of the state's annual budget.