Libya’s unemployment stats are inaccurate says Labour Minister
By Sami Zaptia.
Libya’s Minister of Labour Alabed says the country’s unemployment figures are inaccurate because of the previous political split (Logo: Ministry of Labour).
London, 19 July 2021:
Libya’s Minister of Labour and Rehabilitation, Ali Al-Abed, said his Ministry is working to accurately account for unemployment rates in Libya after unifying the systems in the country.
He said the unemployment figures and percentages in Libya are inaccurate and contradictory. This is as a result of the previous political division, he explained to the government information site Hakomitna.
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