Libya's prime minister, Ali Zeidan, has been freed after having been seized from the Corinthia Hotel on the morning of 10 October.  
A translation of the statement released on the prime minister’s website on 10 October:
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.
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.
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.
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.
The General National Congress (GNC) is studying a request from the Ministry of Economy to provide a further LD800m ($640m) towards subsidies.
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).
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.
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.
The national assembly has voted in favour of appointing Mohamed bin Saoud as the new Minister of Information.
Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has put forward Mohamed bin Saoud to fill the post, which has been vacant since June.
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.
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.
The General National Congress (GNC) has approved legislation allowing the government to move funds between different sections of the state's annual budget.