Tripoli, 8 March 2013:
The Integrity Commission has demanded that . . .[restrict]Prime Minister Ali Zeidan sack the chairman of Sharara Oil Services, Abdel-Wahab Abdel-Daim Gnidi.
He was disbarred by the Commission last year but is still in position as head of the state-owned petrol station company despite the fact that his appeal against the ruling failed at the Supreme Court on 18 November.
In a letter to the Prime Minister, the Commission’s chairman, Hilal Senoussi, said that the Supreme Court ruling was the final say in the matter and that the Commission therefore “instructed” him to ensure Gnidi was removed.
Established in 2007 as one of three state-owned petrol station companies, it has 173 stations around the country. [/restrict]