Decree No. (7) of 2012 on adopting the structure and the organization of the administrative apparatus of the Prime Ministry's Office

 

Decree No. (7) of 2012

on adopting the structure and the organisation of the administrative apparatus of the Prime Ministry's Office 

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. 19 of 1998 on the organisation of the services rendered by the administrative units to their members;
  • Law No. (12) of 2010 issuing the Labour Relations Law and its executive regulation;
  • General National Congress Decree No. (10) of 2012 on giving confidence to the interim government;
  • Decree No. (74) of 2012 on adopting the organisational structure and organising the administrative body of the Prime Ministry’s Office and its amendments;
  • Cabinet Secretary Letter No. (256) dated 28/11/2012;
  • And the decisions of the interim Cabinet’s 2nd regular session of 2012.

has decreed:

Article (1)

The organisational structure of the Prime Ministry’s Office shall be adopted and its administrative apparatus shall be organised according to the provisions of this decree. The Cabinet shall exercise the powers assigned to it in the legislation in force.

Article (2)

The organisational structure of the Prime Ministry’s Office shall be composed as follows:

First: Prime Minister.

Second: Deputies of the Prime Minister.

Third: Minister of State of the General National Congress (GNC) Affairs.

Fourth: Minister of State of the Affairs of the Wounded.

Fifth: Secretary General of the Cabinet.

Sixth: Secretary of Regulation Affairs.

Seventh: Secretary of Cabinet Affairs.

Eighth: Departments:

  1. Communication and Media Department.
  2. Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Department.
  3. Legal Affairs and Complaints Department.
  4. Follow-Up Department.
  5. Security Affairs Department.

Ninth: Offices:

  1. Prime Ministry’s Office.
  2. Decision Support Office.
  3. Security and Stability Office.
  4. Deputy Prime Minister Office.
  5. Office of the Minister of State of the GNC Affairs.
  6. Office of the Minister of State of the Affairs of the Wounded.
  7. Human Development Office.
  8. Administrative Affairs Office.
  9. Technical Support Office.

10.  Financial Affairs Office.

11.  Internal Audit Office.

12.  Services Office.

13.  Office of Ministerial Committee Affairs.

14.  Meeting Management Office.

15.  Meeting Planning and Follow-Up Office.

Article (3)

The parties mentioned in the list attached to this decree and the offices of Benghazi and Sabha shall be subordinate to the Prime Ministry’s Office.

Article (4)

The Prime Minister shall have the following powers:

-        Manage the work of the Cabinet and chair its meetings.

-        Set the dates and schedules of the Cabinet meetings and sign the decrees and orders issued by the same.

-        Represent the government in all internal and external affairs associated with the implementation of the state policy and sign the decrees and orders issued by the Cabinet that fall under his powers stipulated in the Constitutional Declaration and the laws and legislation in force.

-        Supervise the implementation of the regulations and decrees issued by the General National Congress (GNC) and the decrees of the Cabinet and coordinate the work of central and local organs of the State.

-        Issue decrees appointing organisational division managers at the proposal of the Cabinet Secretary General at the Cabinet Office.

-        Issue decisions to dispatch employees from the Cabinet Office or delegations headed by himself, his deputies, ministers, or others on official work assignments, in accordance with the legislation regulating dispatches.

-        Consider resignation requests submitted by his deputies or ministers.

-        Dismiss employees and take the necessary steps to refer them to the GNC.

-        Issue decisions of referral to voluntary retirement and resignation of the staff at the Cabinet Office and bodies subordinate to the Cabinet.

-        Sign contracts, agreements, and the minutes of the meetings of joint higher committees with (all) countries.

-        Undertake all the functions and powers stipulated for the Prime Minister under the law.

Article (5)

The deputies of the Prime Minister – each within his mandate – shall have the following powers:

-       Follow up the work of the ministries under the supervision of each of them, as well as the authorities, departments, centres, and the like subordinate to these ministries, in accordance with his mandate from the Prime Minister.

-       Exercise the powers that the Prime Minister entrusts to him and the missions assigned to him, and issue decisions necessary for the same.

-       Present issues of urgency and importance to the Prime Minister.

-       Chairs committees as assigned by the Cabinet.

-       Chair the meetings of the ministerial group under his supervision.

-       Monitor the operational procedures adopted by the Cabinet and falling within his powers.

-       When assigned to do so, replace the Prime Minister if he is absent or unable to carry out his functions.

-       Coordinate with the two deputy Prime Ministers in matters that so require.

-       Prepare periodic reports on the activities of the ministries under his supervision.

Article (6)

The Minister of State for GNC Affairs shall have the following powers:

-        Coordinate between the Cabinet and the GNC.

-        Follow up on measures by the GNC concerning the Cabinet.

-        Follow up on the matters referred to and from the GNC.

-        Follow up on the issuance of laws and regulations.

-        Circulate laws and regulations issued by the GNC.

-        Coordinate the follow-up between the GNC committees and the corresponding ministries.

-        Propose a communication mechanism between the Cabinet and the GNC.

Article (7)

The Minister of State for Injured Affairs shall have the following powers:

-        Coordinate with the Ministers of Health, Foreign Affairs, and Finance in all matters pertaining to the injured.

-        Propose mechanisms to treat the injured domestically and abroad in coordination with the relevant authorities.

-        Observe the conditions of the injured and work to overcome challenges in coordination with the relevant authorities.

-        Prepare a database of all the injured, domestically and abroad.

-        Submit periodic reports on the conditions of the injured to the Cabinet.

-        Monitor spending on injured affairs in coordination with the relevant ministries.

-        Work on the review and settlement of financial obligations due for the treatment of injured abroad.

Article (8)

The Cabinet Secretary General shall have the following powers:

-        Supervise the management of the Cabinet Office and propose the necessary measures in its regard, according to the instructions of the Prime Minister and the legislation regulating the same.

-        Propose draft regulations and decisions regulating the work of the Office.

-        Propose candidates to be appointed as organisational division managers in the Office.

-        Issue decisions regulating professional affairs, such as contracting, transfer, secondment, and delegation, of the management staff at the Cabinet Office, except for the decisions and procedures falling under the jurisdiction of the Prime Minister or ministers concerned.

-        Issue decisions related to the disbursement of financial advances at the Cabinet Office, in accordance with the legislations regulating the same.

-        Head the Personnel Committee and adopt its minutes.

-        Approve the disbursement of bonuses to the employees of the Prime Minister’s Office.

-        Issue the publications and instructions required by the work of the Office.

-        Monitor the performance of organisational divisions at the Cabinet Office.

-        Monitor and follow up on the implementation of Cabinet decisions and follow up on government plans.

-        Oversee the movable and immovable properties of the Premiership and take necessary action to ensure their conservation.

Article (9)

The Cabinet Affairs Secretary shall have the following powers:

-        Supervise the administrative divisions under his supervision.

-        Present a proposal of the Cabinet agenda to the Prime Minister.

-        Refer what is decided in Cabinet meetings to the relevant departments and authorities.

-        Circulate the minutes of meetings and procedures related thereto to the ministries and authorities concerned.

-        Carry out his functions through the following offices:

  • Office of Ministerial Committee Affairs.
  • Office of Sessions Management.
  • Planning and Follow-up Office.

Article (10)

The Organisation Affairs Secretary shall have the following powers:

-        Compile and identify the needs of the Prime Minister’s Office staff depending on their specialties, take the necessary procedures in this regard, and present them to the Cabinet Secretary General.

-        Keep the staff personal files and prepare, maintain, and update the staffing record, the seniority record, job description cards, and professional life cards.

-        Follow up on the performance of organisational divisions under his supervision within their jurisdiction, in accordance with this decree and the legislations in force.

-        Prepare the Prime Minister’s Office budget estimates, implement its provisions after its adoption, prepare the final account, and maintain the necessary records for the same.

-        Undertake the powers assigned to him by virtue of the legislations in force.

-        Prepare international reports about his work.

-        Carry out his functions through the following offices:

  • Administrative Affairs Office.
  • Financial Affairs Office.
  • Services Office.
  • Technical Support Office.
  • Human Development Office.

Article (11)

The Communication and Information Department shall be responsible for:

-        Manage public relations at the Cabinet and coordinate with the competent authorities in matters relating to public relations.

-        Determine the controls and principles necessary to conduct communications and carry out public relations and present them to the Head of the Cabinet Office for adoption.

-        Propose topics related to public relations and follow-up the implementation of the decisions in their regard.

-        Identify the trends of citizens through monitoring and research.

-        Undertake field research to survey public opinion.

-        Plan relations and communication programs and oversee the development of the government communication plan to unify media discourse.

-        Plan and implement special events for the Cabinet Office (conferences, seminars, festivities, and others).

-        Work to develop the necessary proposals in coordination with the relevant ministries and departments to hold the necessary events.

-        Prepare and draft news on the work of the Cabinet and news clarifying its decrees and take necessary action to broadcast and publish them.

-        Coordinate with other organisational divisions regarding the response to and clarification of what print media, radios, television channels, and international media outlets publish, and submit daily reports concerning that which falls within the competence of the Cabinet Office.

-        Identify the publications, newspapers, magazines, and local and international newspapers and magazines interested in following up on the work and activities of the Cabinet.

-        Photograph and document Cabinet meetings.

-        Organise interviews with local and international media outlets, document them, and supervise the organisation of press interviews and conferences for the Prime Minister, his deputies, or whoever the Prime Minister may assign.

-        Oversee the Cabinet website and publish on it the decrees and instructions issued by the Cabinet, the Prime Minister, and his deputies.

-        Follow up the news published on the internet concerning the work of the Cabinet and forward them to the competent authority to respond to the same.

-        Submit periodic reports on what is published on the Cabinet website.

Article (12)

The Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Department shall be responsible for:

-        Prepare for the meetings of the Prime Minister and his deputies with foreign delegations and ambassadors.

-        Coordinate the schedule of the Prime Minister’s interviews with the heads of diplomatic missions and foreign guests.

-        Record the minutes of meetings related to the work of the Department.

-        Monitor the performance of the Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation ministries in their implementation of plans and programs for the ministry and prepare reports on them in coordination with the sectors concerned.

-        Study the issues received from the ministries of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation as sent from the Cabinet for review in accordance with the principles and regulations established in this regard.

-        Oversee the preparation of operational procedures for official functions approved by the Cabinet and the Prime Minister.

-        Coordinate with the ministries of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation to establish a database on the offices of foreign entities operating in Libya, such as regional and international commissions, institutions, and organisations.

-        Coordinate with the ministries of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation to prepare for the meetings of the high commissions and joint commissions with other countries.

-        Provide opinions about the technical topics discussed in the areas of international cooperation and foreign relations.

-        Oversee the ceremonies of the Cabinet Office in coordination with the authority responsible for ceremonies at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

-        Prepare periodic reports on the work of the department.

Article (13)

The Legal Affairs and Complaints Department shall be responsible for:

-        Prepare and review the drafts of regulations and decrees issued by the Cabinet.

-        Prepare and review the drafts of laws in coordination with the competent authorities.

-        Prepare and review the models and drafts of the contracts required by the work of the Cabinet Office, in coordination with the competent authorities.

-        Organise the records for the registration of decrees issued by the Cabinet, the Prime Minister, his deputies, and the Cabinet Secretary General.

-        Provide opinions legal advice on issues and topics assigned to it.

-        Prepare correspondence of a legal nature or that are issued pursuant to a legal opinion or advice.

-        Provide legal opinion on cases the Cabinet is a party to, in coordination with the relevant authorities.

-        Oversee the legal library and organise its affairs, including conducting operations of supply and lending and providing books and references for it.

-        Receive, organise, maintain, and update the Official Gazette and legislative encyclopedias.

-        Receive, classify, and record legal correspondence and memoranda.

-        Stamp, number, classify, categorise, and circulate the decrees issued by the Cabinet, the Prime Minister, his deputies, and the Cabinet Secretary General and take the necessary actions to maintain them.

-        Study the complaints and grievances submitted to the Cabinet Office and provide opinions about them.

Article (14)

The Follow-Up Department shall be responsible for:

-        Follow up on the instructions and decrees issued by the Cabinet, the Prime Minister, his deputies, and the Cabinet Secretary General, submit reports on the progress of their implementation, and provide clarifications on the difficulties facing such implementation.

-        Collect the reports sent to the Cabinet from subordinate ministries and departments.

-        Propose the principles and regulations necessary for the work of the department and similar divisions in the ministries and submit them for adoption.

-        Receive activity reports from ministries subordinate to the Cabinet and forward them to the department or division concerned to summarise them, compare them to the plans and objectives regulating the work of these ministries, and prepare them in the form of a periodic report for presentation.

-        Receive activity reports from authorities subordinate to the Cabinet and forward them to the department or division concerned to summarise them, compare them to the plans and objectives regulating the work of these authorities, and prepare them in the form of a periodic report for presentations.

-        Prepare a database on subordinate authorities with all of the administrative, financial, and technical information and data related to these entities.

-        Follow up on correspondence sent by the Cabinet Office.

-        Follow up on the preparation of the annual report of the Cabinet Office.

Article (15)

The Security Affairs Department is responsible for:

-        Make the necessary arrangements to protect the headquarters of the Cabinet and subordinate facilities in coordination with concerned authorities.

-        Work to provide the necessary security protection for the Prime Minister, his deputies, Cabinet members, and primary delegations.

-        Provide the equipment and tools necessary to secure the headquarters of the Cabinet in coordination with the competent authorities.

-        Any tasks assigned to it in accordance with the legislation in force.

Article (16)

The Decision Support Office shall be responsible for:

-        Work to provide the necessary support for the Prime Minister and his deputies and to develop and establish public policies and strategies to achieve the government's vision and objectives and carry out its functions and powers.

-        Draft the government’s strategies and work programs in consultation and discussion with the relevant authorities.

-        Establish and develop follow-up and control plans, identify audit periods, create standards for control of every activity, and develop performance indicators.

-        Propose the principles and regulations necessary for the work of the administrative divisions in the Cabinet Office.

-        Establish and develop the strategic implementation plan.

-        Develop the matrices of powers and responsibilities.

-        Support the decision-making process in the Cabinet.

-        Review public policies and continuously evaluate the strategy.

-        Conduct studies and research that contribute to the development of the public sector.

-        Propose plans and programs for the implementation of government policies, identify issues and projects related to the functions of the government, and set its priorities.

-        Coordinate with national and international research and information centres for different sectors in the areas of studies and research.

-        Implement the project and program management system to follow-up the implementation of programs and projects of priority and importance.

-        Propose the measures necessary to address the obstacles and problems hindering the implementation of the programs.

Article (17)

The Security and Stability Office shall be responsible for:

-        Support the Prime Minister in coordinating domestic, foreign, and military policies relating to Libyan national stability and security.

-        Analyse risks, set priorities, follow up on emergency plans, and coordinate between various sectors in their regard.

-        Prepare reports on the performance of the Defence and Interior ministries to build the military and security institutions for the purpose of providing security and examine the necessary requirements.

-        Monitor projects related to security and stability, including the protection of the border, military laws and regulations, the intelligence service, training and rehabilitation, the security of ports, and passports.

-        Enable state institutions and ministries to cooperate and coordinate in the field of national security, including economic and food security.

-        Propose the principles and regulations necessary for security and defence in coordination with the competent ministries and present them to the Prime Minister.

-        Prepare a summary of the daily and weekly security situation in Libya to present it to the Prime Minister.

-        Prepare a summary of the military situation on a regular basis to present it to the Prime Minister.

-        Prepare the necessary reports relating to security and military affairs.

-        Propose the measures necessary to address the obstacles faced by the ministries of Defence and Interior.

Article (18)

The Prime Minister’s Office shall be responsible for:

-        Receive the correspondence incoming to the Prime Minister and present it to him.

-        Refer the correspondence and memos signed by the Prime Minister to the archives or organisational division, as appropriate.

-        Organise the Prime Minister’s appointments, interviews, and calls.

-        Monitor the procedures of the Prime Minister during his travels and movements.

-        Save and archive the documents and files related to the work of the Prime Minister.

-        Monitor the organisation of meetings held by the Prime Minister.

Article (19)

The offices of the Deputy Prime Ministers, each as appropriate, shall be responsible for:

-        Receive the correspondence incoming to the Deputy Prime Minister and present it to him.

-        Refer the correspondence and memos signed by the Deputy Prime Minister to the archives or organisational division, as appropriate.

-        Organise the Deputy Prime Minister’s appointments, interviews, and calls.

-        Monitor the procedures of the deputy Prime Minister during his travels and movements.

-        Save and archive the documents and files related to the work of the Deputy Prime Minister.

-        Monitor the organisation of meetings held by the Deputy Prime Minister.

Article (20)

The office of the Minister of State for GNC Affairs shall be responsible for:

-        Receive the correspondence incoming to the Minister of State for GNC Affairs and present it to him.

-        Refer the correspondence and memos signed by the Minister of State for GNC Affairs to the archives or organisational division, as appropriate.

-        Organise the Minister of State for GNC Affairs’s appointments, interviews, and calls.

-        Monitor the procedures of the Minister of State for GNC Affairs during his travels and movements.

-        Save and archive the documents and files related to the work of the Minister of State for GNC Affairs.

-        Monitor the organisation of meetings held under the chairmanship of the Minister of State for GNC Affairs.

Article (21)

The office of the Minister of State for Injured Affairs shall be responsible for:

-        Receive the correspondence incoming to the Minister of State for Injured Affairs and present it to him.

-        Refer the correspondence and memos signed by the Minister of State for Injured Affairs to the archives or organisational division, as appropriate.

-        Organise the Minister of State for Injured Affairs’ appointments, interviews, and calls.

-        Monitor the procedures of the Minister of State for Injured Affairs during his travels and movements.

-        Save and archive the documents and files related to the work of the Minister of State for Injured Affairs.

-        Monitor the organisation of meetings held by the Minister of State for Injured Affairs.

Article (22)

The Administrative Affairs Office shall be responsible for:

-        Undertake the tasks related to administrative affairs, personnel affairs, and archives.

-        Present all proposals and procedures related to the activity and powers of the Office to the Organisation Affairs Secretary in preparation for their adoption.

-        Compile and identify the needs of the Prime Minister’s Office staff, according to their specialties.

-        Prepare procedures of appointment, promotion, transfer, delegation, secondment, and other professional affairs for the Cabinet Office staff in coordination with the relevant authorities.

-        Maintain the files of Cabinet Office personnel.

-        Receive incoming correspondence and memos, classify the correspondence and memos sent by the Cabinet or the Prime Minister, and enter each in the relevant record.

-        Refer incoming correspondence and memos to the authority assigned after recording and signing them and saving them in the system used for the same.

-        Draft the proposals needed to reach the best ways to develop the archives system using the modern “e-system” library and advanced means of conservation and recovery and development of its work.

-        Save documents in the files placed by categories identified for them.

-        Sort incoming correspondence and distribute it to the parties to which they belong.

-        Organise and monitor the arrival and departure of the Cabinet Office staff, prepare and monitor the daily rotation schedule, and take necessary action in this regard.

-        Organise administrative services within the Prime Minister’s Office.

-        Follow up and prepare responses to the Audit Bureau in matters relating to administrative affairs.

Article (23)

The Financial Affairs Office shall be responsible for:

-        Take procedures relating to financial affairs in accordance with the legislation in force.

-        Follow up on and prepare the responses to the Audit Bureau in matters relating to financial affairs.

-        Prepare Cabinet staff salaries and other benefits in cooperation with the divisions concerned.

-        Prepare payment orders for temporary and permanent petty cash for the purposes for which it was disbursed, monitor them, and settle them in a timely manner.

-        Prepare the procedures for travel and accommodation allowances for delegates in domestic or foreign official missions.

-        Disburse permanent and temporary petty cash.

-        Disburse travel and accommodation allowances for delegates in domestic or foreign official missions.

-        Disburse mobile and landline cards and prepaid (Wi-Max) cards to the beneficiaries among the Prime Minister’s Office staff.

-        Disburse sums for the provision of gas to the beneficiaries among the Prime Minister’s Office staff.

-        Close the daily movement of the Treasury record.

-        Settle the bank statement and check its conformity with the Treasury record.

-        Prepare the Cabinet Office's budget estimates, prepare the final account, and maintain the necessary records in coordination with the Cabinet Secretary General.

-        Monitor the bank accounts of the Cabinet Office, check their conformity in the light of statements of accounts and financial records, and prepare the necessary settlement statements wherever needed.

-        Refer legal fees, taxes, deductions, and the like to the competent authorities.

-        Ensure that permanent and temporary petty cash is used for the purposes for which it was disbursed, monitor it, and settle it in a timely manner.

-        Oversee the main and branch warehouses, their document cycle, and their supply and use, and ensure the use of labels and inventory records.

-        Conduct book and actual inventories of warehouses.

-        Refer legal fees, taxes, deductions, and the like to the competent authorities.

Article (24)

The Services Office shall be responsible for:

-        Provide services for the workflow at the Prime Minister’s Office and provide the necessary needs of the administrative unit at the Office in terms of stationery items, furniture, and various equipment and supply the warehouses with the necessary items, in coordination with other organisational divisions.

-        Undertake procedures related to maintenance work and services for the headquarters, assets, and properties of the Prime Minister’s Office.

-        Manage the movement of vehicles and fuel disbursement, oversee their use and maintenance, and provide their supplies.

-        Follow up and prepare responses to the Audit Bureau in matters relating to the Services Department.

-        Undertake the procedures necessary to provide the special needs to receive guests, organise their interviews, secure their movement and accommodation, and see them off in coordination with the departments, offices, and authorities concerned.

-        Undertake works related to the travels of the Prime Minister’s Office staff.

-        Provide personal services to the Prime Minister’s Office staff, complete their administrative transactions, and save the data necessary to facilitate their procedures when needed.

-        Organise queries at the Prime Minister’s Office and regulate the entrance and departure of guests in coordination with the division concerned.

Article (25)

The Technical Support Office shall be responsible for:

-        Build information projects at the Cabinet Office in accordance with the latest standards and with high quality that enable the shift to fully automated operations.

-        Undertake design and installation works to connect private computer networks with the Cabinet facilities and the Cabinet Office.

-        Undertake the necessary maintenance for computer networks and public programs and systems on these networks.

-        Identify the needs and necessary computer software to provide and develop network services.

-        Link computer networks and the offices of the Cabinet Office to the internet.

-        Provide the requirements and capacities needed to link networks.

-        Perform maintenance on technical malfunctions of the website of the Cabinet Office.

-        Provide technical supervision on security and safety systems (electronic portals, "cameras", fingerprints, etc.) in terms of operation and maintenance.

Article (26)

The Human Development Office is responsible for:

-        Prepare job description cards and career cards of the Prime Minister’s Office staff, update them regularly to conform to fact, and coordinate them with the Administrative Affairs Office regularly and continuously.

-        Propose performance rates for Cabinet employees in coordination with the authorities concerned.

-        Propose study, training, and capacity building programs for employees, continue to adopt and implement them, and coordinate with the authorities concerned.

-        Draft plans to train employees on the use of computers and modern technology and prepare the necessary training courses, leading to the use of modern computer applications and related technologies.

Article (27)

The Internal Audit Office shall be responsible for:

-        Review the financial transactions at the Cabinet Office and ensure they conform to their supporting documents.

-        Verify the accuracy and soundness of bank accounts and entries in various financial records.

-        Monitor that accounting records and books at the Cabinet Office conform to all applicable legal requirements.

-        Verify that applicable financial legislation is applied.

-        Study contracts and agreements concluded between the Cabinet Office and third parties to check their financial terms and conformity with legislation.

-        Review and settle bank settlements and petty cash.

-        Conduct annual, periodic, and spot inventory of safes and warehouses.

-        Ensure the safety of cash and important financial documents of the Cabinet Office.

-        Follow up with the competent departments and offices to correct financial irregularities subject to observations from the Audit Office.

-        Monitor the implementation of the internal control system and work to develop it.

-        Prepare periodic reports on the work of the office.

Article (28)

The Office of the Ministerial Committee Affairs shall be responsible for:

-        Receive memos and documents related to topics on the agendas of ministerial committees.

-        Identify topics to be presented to ministerial committees and extended and specialized committees, prepare a summary of them, and submit proposals.

-        Prepare the meetings decided by ministerial committees and extended and specialised committees and follow up on decisions taken in their regard.

-        Propose programs to organise the meetings of ministerial committees and extended and specialized committees.

-        Record the minutes of the meetings of ministerial committees and extended and specialised committees.

-        Save and authenticate the minutes of the meetings of ministerial committees.

Article (29)

The Office of Meeting Management shall be responsible for:

-        Prepare Cabinet meetings.

-        Propose programs to organise Cabinet meetings.

-        Record and document the minutes of Cabinet meetings.

Article (30)

The Office of Meeting Planning and Follow-Up shall be responsible for:

-        Receive memos and documents related to the topics on the agenda of Cabinet meetings.

-        Check the conformity of topics to be presented to the Cabinet, prepare a summary of the same, and submit proposals in their regard.

-        Propose the priorities to review the topics on the agenda to present it to the Prime Minister.

-        Follow up on the issuance of the decrees adopted by the Cabinet.

-        Save the minutes of Cabinet meetings.

-        Prepare periodic reports on the results of the Cabinet work and activities and take the necessary action in their regard.

Article (31)

A decree shall be issued by the Prime Minister on the internal organisation of the Cabinet Office at the proposal of the Cabinet Secretary General.

Article (32)

The provisions of this law shall enter into force from its date of issuance and any contrary provision shall be repealed. The concerned parties shall implement this decree, and it shall be published in the Official Gazette.

The Cabinet -- Libya

Issued on 25 Muharram 1434 AH

Corresponding to 09/12/2012 AD 

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