A lawsuit filed against the government’s decision to allocate pieces of land for foreign embassies
Libyan Cloud News Agency – Tripoli
Dozens of lawyers and citizens filed a lawsuit against the decision of the Council of Ministers of the Government of National Unity to allocate pieces of land for the embassies of Turkey, the USA, Qatar, and the UAE.
One of the lawyers Omar Al-Habasi said in an interview with the Libyan Cloud News Agency that he took this initiative by publishing an invitation on social media to file a lawsuit regarding this decision, and it received a wide response from lawyers and the general public in a remarkable way.
He added that there are many citizens who offered to pay the fees for the filing of this lawsuit, indicating that they relied in submitting the lawsuit on the fact that the authority authorized to allocate by the legislation in force is the privatization committees in the municipalities, meaning that Tajoura Municipality is the legal authority that can offer lands, and if there is a foreign party, the prime minister gives permission only.