By Libya Herald reporter.
Alexandria, 9 December 2017;
Staff at Tobruk’s civil registry have suspended plans to stop work as of tomorrow over a lack of resources following negotiations with the authorities.
The office had said earlier during the week that it would close from Sunday onwards due to unpaid salaries and a lack of resources.
Idris Al-Saber Mazek said employees had not received their salaries for three years despite frequent complaints.
“We have one printer that provides services to 30,000 people in the town. The office lacks stationary and we don’t have the ability to serve citizens,” he had said.
“We contacted all officials but in vain.”
He had said civil registry would have to close “due to our inability to provide daily services to citizens and in the absence of other possibilities. Apologising, he had said there was no other option.