More officials barred by Integrity Commision
Tripoli, 18 February 2013:
The Integrity Commission today, Monday, published a further list of names of officials it has judged to have been compromised by their involvement with the Qaddafi regime and to be disbarred from their current posts.
- Bashir Al-Hamali Ahmed Sharif at the Libyan Embassy in Oman;
- Ali Yusuf Salem Al-Qalai, head of the Asian and Australian department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
- Abdul Salam Ahmed Dou, head of the Arab States department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
- Ali Mohammed Abdul Qader Al-Haddad, head of National Security in Murzuk;
- Abdullah Hamed Suleiman Musa Al-Dinali of Tocra Education Department;
- Lutfi Rajab Shaban Abu Abid of the Wahda Bank in Qasr Khiyar;
- Juma Ali Omar Anbeh, candidate to work at an embassy abroad as a financial controller;
- Mohamed Al-Saghir Ferjani, candidate to work at an embassy abroad as a cultural attaché;
- Daoud Al-Haddad, secretary of the Youth Hostels Association in Ghat;
- Hadi Mohammed Fitouri Al-Birdan, member of the board of the Libyan Company for Foreign Investment.
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