Tripoli-based Prime Minister Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba reviewed the Ministry of Labour and Rehabilitation’s plan to organize and audit duplication of employment between the public and private sector.
This came during a meeting last Wednesday held by Aldabaiba with the Minister of Labour and Rehabilitation, Ali Al-Abed, the Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs, Adel Jumaa, the head of the Commercial Registry Authority, Muhammad bin Katheer, and Major General Rajab Gatusa, head of the Municipal Guard and director of the Office of the Ministry of Finance, Al-Mahdi Belgasim and directors of departments and offices at the Ministry of Labour.
The Documentation and Information Centre at the Ministry of Labour made a presentation on the duplication of work between the owners of private companies and government institutions and companies that are not funded by the public treasury. It said this contributed to confusion and disorganization of the private sector, in addition to regulating the relationship between the General Commercial Register and the Ministry of Labour and Rehabilitation in order to audit the activities, the number of workers and their nationalities in order to forming a database and taking organizational decisions on it.
Private sector owners to be barred from working in the public sector
During the meeting, Aldabaiba directed the need to form a working team between the Ministry of Finance, the Commercial Registry Authority, the Ministry of Labour, the Civil Service and the General Authority for Information to identify the owners of commercial activity and not allow them to work in the public sector at all levels.
The Prime Minister stressed in the same context the need to support all institutions to organize the private sector with the public sector.