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Part III: Executive Authorities: Control of the Security Sector

Decree No. (358) of 2012 establishing an office in the organisational structure of the Ministry of Justice’s administrative unit

Cabinet Decree No. (358) of 2012

establishing an office in the organisational structure of the Ministry of Justice’s administrative unit

The Cabinet

Upon review of:

  • The Constitutional Declaration, and its amendments;
  • The law of the financial system of the State of Libya, and budget, accounting and inventory regulation and amendments;
  • Law No. (6) of 2006 on the Justice System, and its amendments;
  • Law No. (87) of 1971 on the State Lawsuits Authority;
  • Law No. (4) of 1981 on establishing the Department of People’s Legal Defence;
  • Law No. (6) of 1992 on establishing the Law Department, and its executive regulation;
  • Law No. (1) of 2003 on the regulation of judicial expertise;
  • Law No. (5) of 2005 on correction and rehabilitation institutions;
  • Law No. (12) of 2010 issuing the Labour Relations Law, and its executive regulation;
  • Law No. (8) of 2011 on the organisation of the Official Gazette;
  • National Transitional Council Decree No. (174) of 2011 on determining the structure of the transitional government;
  • National Transitional Council Decree No. (184) of 2011 on adopting the transitional government;
  • Cabinet Decree No. (50) of 2012 on adopting the organisational structure and powers of the Ministry of Justice and regulating its administrative unit;
  • Based on the proposal of the Minister of Labour in his Letter No. (1700) dated 01/07/2012;
  • And the Cabinet’s decision during its fifth regular session of 2012;

has decreed:

Article (1)

An office called the Follow-up Office shall be established in the organisational structure of the Ministry of Justice’s administrative unit and it shall be directly subordinate to the minister.

Article (2)

As per the provisions of Article (1) of this decree, the newly-established office shall:

  1. Follow up on the decrees and instructions issued by the minister or one of the deputy ministers and submit reports on the progress of their implementation.
  2. Follow up on the performance of the ministry’s organisational divisions.
  3. Develop standardised forms on the follow-up and evaluation of the ministry’s overall performance.
  4. Implement the follow-up programs of the evaluation of the ministry’s work through the programs referred by the Cabinet.
  5. Follow up on and reform the procedures detected during follow-up operations, as per the results of the evaluation.
  6. Provide an opinion regarding the overlap of powers and tasks subject to follow-up and evaluation.
  7. Implement follow-up and administrative performance evaluation plans and programs in coordination with the Prime Minister’s Office in order to ensure the achievement of the desired goals and secure the necessary tools for their success.
  8. Prepare periodic reports in accordance with a specific mechanism that ensures the flow of information required from the follow-up department in the Prime Minister’s Office.
  9. Make use of the contents of the reports in the preparation and development of performance evaluation programs.

Article (3)

This decree shall enter into force from its date of issuance. Each party shall implement it within their mandate and it shall be published in the Official Gazette.

The Cabinet — Libya

Issued on: 10 Shawwal 1433 AH

Corresponding to: 28/08/2012 AD

Text Type:Decree
Text number:358
Text date:2012-08-28
Gazette number:09
Gazette date:2013-07-10
Gazette pages:535 - 536

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