Tripoli 1 May 2103:
The Integrity Commission has complained that its decision last year to disbar the Undersecretary at the Ministry of . . .[restrict]Defense, Mohamed Ali Ahamada, is being ignored.
In an announcement today, it said that he is still working at the ministry, contrary to its ruling.
There has been an ongoing disagreement between the Commission and other bodies about when someone disbarred by it is removed from office. It insists that those disbarred should be suspended as soon as it announces its decision and then sacked if and when their court appeals fail. Others take the view that the person concerned be dismissed only when the appeal process finally fails.
Meanwhile the Commission also announced the following had been disbarred
- Mohamed Badri Dou Ibrahim Suleiman, Chargé d’affaires at the Libyan Embassy in the Czech Republic, nominated in January by the government as ambassador;
- Ahmed Abdulrahman Al Younis Ahmed Qaddafi, appointed adviser at the Libyan embassy in Niger;
- Hamzah Qasim Ali Abualaid, appointed to the fact-finding and reconciliation committee in Sebha;
- Abdel Qader Hadi Mohammed Hadi appointed diplomat at the Libyan embassy in Canada;
- Yousef Salem Oukhlaf, Chairman of El Wahat Hotel Company.