Law No. (53) of 2012 amending Law No. (26) of 2012 on the High Commission for the Application of Standards of Integrity and Patriotism

Law No. (53) of 2012

on amending Law No. (26) of 2012 on the High Commission for the Application of Standards of Integrity and Patriotism

The Interim National Transitional Council:

Upon review of:

  • The Victory Statement of the 17 February Revolution issued on 22 February 2011;
  • The Penal Code and its supplementary laws;
  • The Code of Criminal Procedure and its amendments;
  • Judicial System Law No. (6) of 2006 and its amendments;
  • Administrative Judiciary Law No. (188) of 1977 and its amendments;
  • Law No. (4) of 2012 on the elections of the General National Congress;
  • Law No. (3) of 1973 on unjust enrichment and its amendments;
  • Law No. (26) of 2012 on the High Commission for the Application of Standards of Integrity and Patriotism and its amendments;
  • Law No. (177) of 2011 forming the High Commission for the Application of Standards of Integrity and Patriotism;
  • Law No. (192) of 2011 on determining and applying the regulations and standards of integrity and patriotism;
  • Law No. (16) of 2012 appointing the Commission’s members;
  • And Based on what was presented by the High Commission for the Application of Standards of Integrity and Patriotism;
  • And on what was discussed in the Interim National Transitional Council session on Tuesday 05/06/2012.

issued the following law:

Article (1)

The text of Article No. (12) of Law No. (26) of 2012 on the High Commission for the Application of Standards of Integrity and Patriotism shall be amended to read as follows:

“Persons concerned may appeal the Commission’s decisions before the Administrative Judiciary Department at the Court of Appeal under whose jurisdiction falls the position or function subject of the decision within ten days from the date of the decision’s announcement by the body with which they are affiliated. The Administrative Judiciary Department shall rule on such appeal within twenty-one days from the date thereof, without going through preparatory procedures. Its judgment in this regard shall be final, unappealable, and binding on all parties."

Article (2)

This law shall enter into force from its date of issuance and it shall be published in the Official Gazette and various media outlets.

 Interim National Transitional Council -- Libya

Issued in Tripoli

Tuesday 14/06/2012