by Sami Zaptia
The Ministry of Planning has published its Strategic Plans for ministries. It lists 10 principal aims of the interim government . . .[restrict]of Prime Minister Abdurahim Al-Kib which ministries have to pursue.
- To take care of those injured in the war, martyrs’ families, the missing and those that suffered losses as a result of the war;
- Honouring the freedom fighters (thuwar) and facilitating their return to civilian life; reinforcing local and national security and national unity; returning to normal life and providing a comfortable life for Libyan citizens;
- A commitment to democracy, transparency and the rule of law and the respect of human rights and supporting civil society; activation of the local and national economy, the reorientation of a new economic policy;
- Assessing and evaluating all Libyan assets and investments, internally and externally, and protecting and developing them – in the national interest of the Libyan people;
- Realising transitional justice and national reconciliation; preparation for the elections to, and the taking part in, the National (Constitutional) Congress;
- Planning for the raising of the standards of the state in the economic, social and services sectors.
The plan, dated 27 February 2012, is for 18 Libyan ministries. The ministries of Defence and of Youth are excluded from the plan. [/restrict]