At its official session in Benghazi today, headed by the First Deputy Speaker, Fawzi Al-Nuwairi, the House of Representatives (HoR), according to its Official Spokesperson Abdalla Belheeg, made the following decisions:
- Approval of the unified salary law (This is different to the one approved by the Aldabaiba government in Tripoli).
- Approving a law exempting blind associations from income tax on their limited real estate investments.
- Ratification of the Convention for the Protection of the Intangible Cultural Heritage issued by the International Organization for Education, Culture and Science UNESCO in 2003.
- Issuing a decision in the name of the House of Representatives stating:
- The House of Representatives categorically rejects attempts to reopen the Lockerbie case file.
- Trial of all Libyans involved in reopening the file on charges of high treason
- Prosecute those involved in the arrest of the citizen Bouajila Masoud Al-Marimi and confirm the invalidity of all the consequences of his detention.
- Emphasizing the commitment of the Libyan state to the bilateral and collective agreements to which Libya was a party, and asking the countries that were parties to abide by what they signed, and that breaching these obligations is a violation of international law and forces us to reconsider relations with those countries that will breach their previous obligations with the Libyan state.
5 . Removing Ali Mohamed Salem Al-Habri from the post of Governor of the Central Bank of Libya in charge, ending his membership and chairing the two committees to restore stability in Benghazi and Derna, and assigning the Audit Bureau to review and examine all financial and administrative transactions of the two committees since the date of their establishment until now, as well as addressing the Attorney General to take all legal measures regarding the crimes committed and the conduct of preliminary investigation procedures in those crimes.
- Assigning the Legislative Committee to prepare a letter to the Attorney General regarding the disposition of Libya’s share by the outgoing government in the American Hess company in the Oasis concession contracts in favour of the French Total and the Conoflex company, and this matter is contrary and is considered a waste of public money, and there is a ruling issued by a court in Zawia preventing the executive authority from selling, but the government has circumvented the judicial rulings.