Libya government urges UN experts to publish corruption claims

Libya’s new interim executive called on UN experts on Tuesday to make public a report containing allegations of vote-buying during peace talks led by the world body. A UN panel had found in a confidential report, seen by AFP on Sunday, that at least three participants were offered bribes of hundreds of thousands of dollars. Interim prime minister-designate Abdul Hamid Dbeibah’s administration issued a statement on Tuesday demanding that the UN experts “publish their report on allegations of bribery” at the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) in November. “We will not allow anyone linked to …

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