By Sami Zaptia.
Tripoli, 18 October 2014:
Speaking in an in-depth interview on the re-launched Al-Wataniya state satellite TV channel yesterday, Prime Minister . . .[restrict]Abdullah Thinni said that one of his government’s four policy priorities was to restart some of the construction projects. Thinni was targeting specific projects that he felt were liable to completion.
Referring to his government policy programme that he had presented to the House of Representatives upon his reappointment as Prime Minister, Thinni said that he wanted to “start some of the economic (construction/infrastructure) projects. such as the a completion of some of the residential projects that have reached an execution rate of 80 percent”, he revealed.
“The government must find alternative solutions such as finding companies that would accept working and completing these projects (in Libya’s present conditions) . Most of Libya’s population are young and are in need of housing. These are the priorities of the government”, concluded Thinni.