Law No. (13) of 2014 on the adoption of the state budget

Law No. (13) of 2014

on adopting the State’s General Budget

of 2014 

The General National Congress:

Upon review of:

  • The interim Constitutional Declaration issued on 3 August 2011 and its amendments;
  • The bylaws of the General National Congress;
  • The law of the financial system of the State of Libya and its amendments;
  • Law No. (25) of 1955 on oil;
  • Law No. (127) of 1970 on the allocation of some resources to the public reserve;
  • Law No. (15) of 1986 on the public debt of the Treasury;
  • Law No. (13) of 2000 on planning;
  • Law No. (12) of 2004 on the stamp tax and its amendment;
  • Law No. (1) of 2004 on banks and currency and its amendments;
  • Law No. (10) of 2010 on customs;
  • Law No. (12) of 2010 on labour relations;
  • Law No. (23) of 2010 on commercial activities;
  • Law No. (7) of 2013 on adopting the State’s general budget;
  • Law No. (8) of 2014 on the national number;
  • The provisions of Article (132) of the bylaws of the General National Congress;
  • And the attached explanatory memorandum.

issued the following law:

Article (1)

An amount of (56,952,029,280) fifty-six billion, nine hundred and fifty-two million, twenty-nine thousand and two hundred and eighty LYD only may be disbursed according to the table below and the purposes included therein, for all ministries, agencies, bodies, and public institutions during the financial year 2014.

Table (1)

Expenditures Summary Table – 2014 Budget

No.

Statement

Allocated Funds in 2014

 

First: Expenditures

 

1

Section (1): Salaries and equivalent

23,275,383,000

2

Section (2): Steering expenditure

11,144,896,280

3

Section (3)*

9,000,000,000

4

Section (4): Subsidy and price stability expenditure

11,931,750,000

5

General budget reserves

1,600,000,000

 

Total expenditures 

56,952,029,280 

Two billion of the allocations for the third section shall be allocated to the municipal council development budget.

Article (2)

Instalments of public debt shall be exceptionally covered by the provisions of Law No. (15) of 1986, in the amount of (675,000,000) six hundred seventy five million LYD from oil revenues, as per the below table:

Table (2)

Statement

Allocated Funds (LYD)

Total oil revenues

27,375,000,000

Deducted for the public debt

675,000,000

Net oil revenues

26,700,000,000

The sum shall be spent as per the distribution specified in the table below, so as to cover the existing obligations of the Treasury:

Table (3)

Party

Debt Allocations

Social Security Fund

275,000,000

Dues of the Commercial Bank for the facility granted to the Price Stability Fund for 2008

400,000,000

Total Debt

675,000,000

Article (3)

The expenses stipulated in Article (1) of this law shall be covered by the projected revenue for the fiscal year 2014, as per the table below:

Table (4)

No.

Statement

Revenues of 2014

 

Second: Revenues

 

1 

Net oil revenues after the public debt deduction

26,700,000

2 

Book balances for the budget sections on 31 December 2013

8,205,122,000

3 

Balances in the account of the Council

15,000,000,000

4 

Treasury bonds (Central Bank of Libya)

998,752,280

5 

Sovereign and local revenues

6,048,155,000

a. 

Taxes on economic activity and the stamp tax

900,000,000

b. 

Customs duties

700,000,000

c. 

Public service fees

398,155,000

d. 

Telecommunications

250,000,000

e. 

Profit distribution of the Central Bank of Libya

2,500,000,000

f. 

Price Stability Fund revenues

300,000,000

g. 

Local market revenues from oil sales

1,000,000,000

Total revenues 

56,552,029,200

Article (4)

The Central Bank of Libya shall undertake to deposit the sums acquired from revenues stipulated in Article (4) [sic] of this law in the unified account of the Treasury and it shall be disbursed from according to the mechanism that the Ministry of Finance prepares in agreement with the Central Bank of Libya, as an exception to the provisions of Law No. (127) of 1970 on allocating some resources to the general reserve.

Article (5)

All bodies shall supply the Treasury’s share in the profits and fees as set by the deadlines specified by law, and the Ministry of Finance may take all measures to ensure the verification of the amounts due and their collection.

Article (6)

The Ministry of Finance shall be authorised to issue public treasury bonds for the benefit of the Central Bank of Libya, provided the total value of the bonds during the financial year does not exceed the value set forth in Table (4), Item (4) of this law. The Ministry of Finance shall also be authorized to use any surplus in revenues from what is estimated in the general budget to make the necessary adjustment with the Central Bank of Libya by deducting it from the value of the Treasury bonds, which shall be liquidated to fund the sections of the general budget.

Article (7)

No measure may be taken that may adversely affect the amount of revenue or the timing of their collection. No body mandated to collect or maintain public revenues shall deduct, withhold or clear any amount of the said revenues, or cover the costs of any other body, including those funded in whole or in part by the Treasury.

Article (8)

The Ministry of Finance shall tally all the book balances of the sections of the general budget as of 31/12/2013 in the accounts of the Treasury and public bodies funded by the Treasury and the remaining balances for the sections of the general budget from past years and deposit the same in the unified Treasury account.

Article (9)

All public bodies shall collect their estimated revenues, and they shall comply with the financial models adopted under the law of the financial system of the State of Libya and the regulations issued thereunder. The bodies undertaking the collection of customs fess shall take the necessary measures to collect the value of fees when opening credits or accepting documents.

Article (10)

Bodies undertaking the collection of revenues and fees within various areas shall supply the same to the Treasury or office treasuries and financial services comptrollers in the areas,  according to the situation. No bank accounts shall be opened for public entities except with the permission of the Ministry of Finance.

Article (11)

Entities funded under the provisions of Article (1) of this law shall provide the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Planning with periodic reports on their expenditures and revenues collected within their scope, as well as a monthly account summary before the end of the second week of the following month.

The sectors and entities concerned in the implementation of Section (3) (development expenditures) shall submit to the Ministry of Planning the financial and technical follow-up reports (semi-annual and annual) stipulated in Article (11) of the executive regulations of Law No. (13) of 2000 on planning. Issuance of financial authorisations during the period subsequent to the specified deadlines shall be conditional on submission of the required reports. The Minister of Finance and Minister of Planning, within their respective mandates, shall take the appropriate measures to ensure the submission of the said reports in a timely manner.

Issuance of financial authorisations during the period subsequent to the specified deadlines shall be conditional on submission of the required reports. The Minister of Finance and Minister of Planning, within their respective mandates, shall take the appropriate measures to ensure the submission of the said reports in a timely manner.  [sic]

Article (12)

The Minister of Finance or whomever he authorises shall issue the financial authorisations required to implement the allocations for Sections (1), (2), and (4) of this law. The Minister of Planning shall undertake to issue the financial authorisations pertaining to Section (3) at the request of the concerned party, according to ready-to-pay abstracts for ongoing and completed projects. They shall submit administrative approvals for retirement for new projects, according to the forms prepared for this purpose and according to the conditions and regulations adopted by the Cabinet based on the proposal of the Minister of Planning. No unbudgeted project may be disbursed.

Article (13)

Notwithstanding the provisions of Law No. (15) of 1986, the Ministry of Finance shall take the necessary measures in accordance with the legislation in force to exclusively fund investment and development projects through financial institutions and domestic investment, by investing or financing, after the Ministry of Planning verifies the projects’ economic feasibility. In all circumstances, the value of lending guarantees shall not exceed 15% of the total resources approved for this year. The Ministry of Finance, in coordination with the competent authorities, shall limit the public debt and include it in the item on the Treasury obligations within the general budget for the coming years.

Article (14)

All entities funded from the general budget shall pay the value of their consumption of public services -- including electricity, water, telecommunications, and fuel -- from their allocations listed for such purposes in the general budget.

Article (15)

Without prejudice to the provisions of Article (4) of this law, the Central Bank of Libya and the Ministry of Finance shall undertake to make the arrangements that ensure the provision of the necessary cash flow within the limits of the provisions included in the general budget on time and without any delay, provided that the settlement be carried out in three phases: the first upon the issuance of the budget law, the second by the end of the third quarter, and the third by the end of the fiscal year.

Article (16)

The revenues of the general budget shall be spent within the limits of the allocations adopted as per the financial regulations in force. In implementing the budget, priority shall be given to enhancing security, payment of salaries, price stability, treatment costs, human resources development, infrastructure projects, and the consolidation of local administration.

In all cases, the Treasury shall not assume any financial obligations established in violation of the provisions of this law by the entities subject to these provisions, including the issuance of unbudgeted dispatching or appointment decrees. Any contrary decision or procedure shall be considered as repealed. The offending party shall bear full responsibility for any violation of these provisions.

Article (17)

Funds may be transferred between the allocations for entities in the same section of the general budget by virtue of Article (10) of Law No. (61) of 1972 amending some of the provisions of the financial system of the State of Libya and Article (26) of the executive regulations of Law No. (13) of 2000 on planning. Funds may be transferred between Sections (1, 2, and 4) of the general budget by virtue of decrees issued by the Cabinet, based on proposals by the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Planning, according to the case, and section (3) by virtue of decrees issued by the legislature, based on proposals by the Cabinet.

Funds may be transferred between the allocations for programs and projects in the same sector as per the rates approved the executive regulations of Law No. (13) of 2000 on planning. Funds may be transferred between sectors in Section (3) by virtue of decrees issued by the Cabinet, taking into account Article (26) of the executive regulations of Law No. (13) of 2000 on planning. In all cases, the legislature shall be notified of such.

Article (18)

The Cabinet may stop or limit some expenses or arrange additional sources of funding, in the event it is determined that the public interest so requires. The Ministry of Finance may also undertake spending directly from the allocations for any of the entities funded from the general budget when the public interest so requires, upon the approval of the Cabinet.

Article (19)

The Ministry of Local Government shall supervise the distribution of the allocations for municipal councils from the allocations for Sections (2) and (3) as per the attached Table (8), provided it is in accordance with a clear mechanism that takes into account population and geography ratios and the distribution of equal shares, in a manner that is not contrary to Law No. (59) of 2012 on the local administration. Funds cashed for municipal councils shall only be disbursed after submitting what proof that the requirements of disbursement of such funds are satisfied in terms of providing a plan for the projects and programs targeted according to the priorities of the sectors of such municipalities. The objects of expenditure of the allocations to municipalities shall be in accordance with the legislation in force.

Article (20)

The caretaker government may not enter into any contracts or agreements or take any legal actions outside the scope of the daily management of public administration. The government-elect shall take the necessary actions to restrict the conclusion of any contracts for the implementation of new projects to the minimum with the need to review the contractual position of the projects object of the existing commitments. The government-elect shall identify the priorities for implementation and cancel inactive and infeasible contracts.

Article (21)

The Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Planning shall submit a quarterly report on the movement of the financial authorisations issued as a deduction from the general budget allocations to the legislature.

Article (22)

The Central Bank of Libya shall provide each of the Ministry of Planning, the Ministry of Finance, and the Audit Office at the end of each month with a statement of account that shows the movement of the general budget accounts, as well as the balance. The legislature shall be notified of such on a quarterly basis at least.

Article (23)

The Ministry of Finance and subordinate entities shall develop appropriate mechanisms to establish an accounting database that shall facilitate processing and the preparation of financial reports and final accounts in a timely manner and with the required accuracy and speed.

Article (24)

The Government is committed, through a team of specialists, to convert commodity and fuel subsidies to monetary subsidies based on clear objectives that provide economic and social stability, preserve resources, and contribute to the realisation of national security by 01/01/2015.

The subsidies shall continue and the Ministry of Economy and its subordinate entities shall start implementing a clear plan to distribute goods and fuel in accordance with the national number and the actual number of the population and reduce the number of supply goods according to a plan approved by the Ministry of Economy within the year 2014.

Article (25)

In coordination with the competent authorities, the Ministry of Economy shall work to reduce the importation of unnecessary goods.

Article (26)

The amounts included in the budget reserve item shall be distributed and used to cover any deficit in the general budget, in accordance with the principles and regulations proposed by the Ministry of Finance and adopted by the Cabinet.

Article (27)

The Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Planning, in coordination with all the ministries and entities that have allocations in the general budget, shall undertake the redistribution of the allocations set out according to the law, as soon as the executive procedures in the work of the legislation for the local administration are taken, so that the funds that the local administrative units will implement are allocated in accordance with the budget sections and submitted to the Cabinet for approval, in accordance with the provisions of the legislation in force.

Article (28)

The government shall implement Law No. (8) of 2014 on the national number on all objects of disbursement set out in the different sections of the budget.

Article (29)

All laws and decisions issued concerning the increase in salaries targeted starting the fiscal year 2014 shall be temporarily suspended, and the government shall be committed to providing a bill for the legislature on the rescheduling of salaries, unifying the bases, and setting a minimum wage for all workers in the public sector in a period not exceeding four months from the date of issuance of this law.

Article (30)

The provisions applied in this case shall be applied in cases not provided for by this law.

Article (31)

This Law shall enter into force starting from 1 January 2014 and any contradictory provision shall be repealed.

Nuri Ali Abusahmain

President of General National Congress -- Libya

General National Congress

Issued on 26 Shaaban 1435 AH

Corresponding to 24/06/2013 AD


 

Tables Attached to Law No. (13) of 2014

on adopting of the State’s General Budget 

Table (5.1)

Steering Budget (Section 1 and 2) for the Fiscal Year 2013

Body

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

General National Congress (GNC) and subordinate bodies

1,900,000

57,730,000

214,840,000

Prime Minister’s Office and subordinate bodies

5,000,000

89,190,000

61,460,000

Ministry of Interior and subordinate bodies

100,000,000

3,913,950,000

154,000,000

Ministry of Justice and subordinate bodies

25,000,000

543,000,000

81,920,000

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and subordinate bodies

12,000,000

343,800,000

224,550,000

Ministry of Finance and subordinate bodies

25,000,000

380,600,000

3,942,530,000

Ministry of Health and subordinate bodies

19,970,000

2,266,403,000

1,254,799,000

Ministry of Education and subordinate bodies

0

5,309,000,000

45,645,000

Ministry of Industry and subordinate bodies

8,080,000

100,510,000

10,150,000

Ministry of Transportation and subordinate bodies

130,700,000

195,000,000

21,570,000

Ministry of Agriculture, Animal and Marine Wealth and subordinate bodies

19,200,000

517,800,000

21,680,000

Ministry of Social Affairs and subordinate bodies

0

200,000,000

949,462,280

Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs and subordinate bodies

6,000,000

136,750,000

26,600,000

Ministry of Housing and Utilities and subordinate bodies

2,200,000

182,350,000

17,770,000

Ministry of Economy and subordinate bodies

16,200,000

100,000,000

14,860,000

 

Table No. (5.b)

Steering Budget (Section 1 and 2) for the Fiscal Year 2013

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

Ministry of Planning and subordinate bodies

600,000

31,400,000

6,890,000

Ministry of Defence and subordinate bodies

1,000,000

3,674,000,000

1,104,650,000

Ministry of Assistance to Families of Martyrs and Missing Persons and subordinate bodies

0

5,250,000

124,000,000

Ministry of Oil and Gas and subordinate bodies

0

1,685,000,000

1,517,250,000

Ministry of Health and subordinate bodies

19,970,000

2,266,403,000

1,254,799,000

Ministry of Labour and Capacity Building and subordinate bodies

2,150,000

905,500,000

10,760,000

Ministry of Local Administration and subordinate bodies

5,700,000

213,000,000

267,000,000

Ministry of Communications and IT and subordinate bodies

0

11,500,000

6,700,000

Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and subordinate bodies

11,600,000

1,602,000,000

922,550,000

Ministry of Youth and Sports and subordinate bodies

0

23,000,000

85,000,000

Ministry of Culture and Civil Society and subordinate bodies

950,000

138,170,000

14,740,000

Ministry of Information and subordinate bodies

3,575,000

59,280,000

35,120,000

Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy and subordinate bodies

0

9,400,000

1,700,000

Ministry of Financial Resources and subordinate bodies

1,200,000

100,000,000

3,200,000

Ministry of Tourism and subordinate bodies

150,000

71,800,000

3,500,000

Total

398,155,000

23,275,383,000

11,144,896,280

 

 

 

Table (6)

Allocation of Section (4)

Average 2014

Drugs

700,000,000

Supply Commodities

1,800,000,000

Fuel

7,000,000,000

Electricity and Public Lighting

800,000,000

Water and Sewage

400,000,000

Public Sanitation

514,000,000

Forage

31,000,000

Fertilisers (Urea Subsidies)

6,750,000

Construction Allowance – Commitments 2013

680,000,000

Total

11,931,750,000

 

Table (7) Distribution of the Allocations for Section (3) on Sectors

Allocations for Section (3) – 2014

No. 

Statement 

Allocations 2014 

1 

Distributed to municipalities as per Table (8)

2,000,000,000

2 

Distributed to sectors by a decree from the Cabinet at the proposal of the Ministry of Planning

7,000,000,000

 

Total of Section (3)

9,000,000,000

 

Table (8) Allocations for Section (2) and (3) Distributed to Municipal Councils

Total

Section (3)

Section (2)

Criterion

Percentage

562,500,000

500,000,000

62,500,000

Equal distribution

25%

1,125,000,000

1,000,000,000

125,000,000

Census

50%

562,500,000

500,000,000

62,500,000

Geographical area

25%

 

Section (2) 

Unit 

Allocation to each municipality 

No. of municipalities 

Allocation to each municipality 

Criterion 

For every municipality

612,745

102

62,500,000

Equal distribution

For every 1,000 persons

19,531

6,400,000

125,000,000

Census

For every km2

36

1,759,541

62,500,000

Geographical area

 

Section (2) 

Unit 

Allocation to each municipality 

No. of municipalities 

Allocation to each municipality 

Criterion 

For every municipality

4,901,691

102

500,000,000

Equal distribution

For every 1,000 persons

156,250

6,400,000

1,000,000,000

Census

For every km2

284

1,759,541

500,000,000

Geographical area

 

Table (5)

Steering Budget (Section 1 and 2) for the Fiscal Year 2013

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

GNC and subordinate bodies

1,900,000

557,730,000

214,840,000

Prime Minister’s Office and subordinate bodies

5,000,000

89,190,000

61,460,000

Ministry of Interior and subordinate bodies

100,000,000

3,913,950,000

154,000,000

Ministry of Justice and subordinate bodies

25,000,000

543,000,000

81,920,000

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and subordinate bodies

12,000,000

343,800,000

224,550,000

Ministry of Finance and subordinate bodies

25,000,000

380,600,000

3,942,530,000

Ministry of Health and subordinate bodies

19,970,000

2,266,403,000

1,254,799,000

Ministry of Education and subordinate bodies

0

5,309,000,000

45,645,000

Ministry of Industry and subordinate bodies

8,060,000

100,510,000

10,150,000

Ministry of Transportation and subordinate bodies

130,700,000

195,000,000

21,570,000

Ministry of Agriculture, Animal and Marine Wealth and subordinate bodies

19,200,000

517,800,000

21,680,000

Ministry of Social Affairs and subordinate bodies

0

200,000,000

949,462,280

Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs and subordinate bodies

6,000,000

136,750,000

26,600,000

Ministry of Housing and Utilities and subordinate bodies

2,200,000

182,350,000

17,770,000

Ministry of Economy and subordinate bodies

16,200,000

100,000,000

14,860,000

Ministry of Planning and subordinate bodies

600,000

31,400,000

6,890,000

Ministry of Defence and subordinate bodies

1,000,000

3,674,000,000

1,104,650,000

Ministry of Assistance to Families of Martyrs and Missing Persons and subordinate bodies

0

5,250,000

124,000,000

Ministry of Oil and Gas and subordinate bodies

0

1,685,000,000

1,517,250,000

Ministry of Labour and Capacity Building and subordinate bodies

2,150,000

905,500,000

10,760,000

Ministry of Local Government and subordinate bodies

5,700,000

213,000,000

267,000,000

Ministry of Communications and IT and subordinate bodies

0

11,500,000

6,700,000

Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and subordinate bodies

11,600,000

1,602,000,000

922,550,000

Ministry of Youth and Sports and subordinate bodies

0

23,000,000

85,000,000

Ministry of Culture and Civil Society and subordinate bodies

950,000

138,170,000

14,740,000

Ministry of Information and subordinate bodies

3,575,000

59,280,000

35,120,000

Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy and subordinate bodies

0

9,400,000

1,700,000

Ministry of Financial Resources and subordinate bodies

1,200,000

100,000,000

3,200,000

Ministry of Tourism and subordinate bodies

150,000

71,800,000

3,500,000

Total

398,155,000

23,275,383,000

11,144,896,280

 

Table No. (5.1)

GNC and Subordinate Bodies

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

GNC

 

61,000,000

73,000,000

Audit Office

1,500,000

90,000,000

8,880,000

Supreme Court

250,000

20,000,000

2,640,000

National Planning Council

 

1,200,000

600,000

Planning councils in the regions

150,000

12,000,000

600,000

Libyan Intelligence Service (LIS)

 

275,000,000

30,000,000

Libyan Dar al-Ifta

 

1,800,000

2,400,000

High Commission for the Application of Standards of Integrity and Patriotism

 

900,000

600,000

Anti-Corruption Commission

 

7,480,000

4,200,000

Fact-Finding and National Reconciliation Committee

 

2,150,000

600,000

High National Elections Commission

 

0

54,000,000

Administrative Control Authority

 

85,000,000

7,500,000

Constitutional Drafting Assembly

 

0

19,400,000

Preparatory Commission for National Dialogue

 

1,200,000

10,500,000

Total

1,900,000

557,730,000

214,840,000

The allocations for the GNC include the allocations for the National Council for Public Freedoms and Human Rights, amounting to 1 million LYD in Section (1) and 2,720,000,000 LYD in Section (2).

Table No. (5.2)

Prime Minister's Office and Subordinate Bodies

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Prime Minister's Office

 

12,000,000

4,400,000

General Information Authority

 

2,150,000

3,520,000

Atomic Energy Establishment

 

3,600,000

600,000

Warriors Affairs Commission

 

3,300,000

6,000,000

Libyan Humanitarian Relief Agency

 

1,760,000

1,000,000

Environment General Authority

3,000,000

5,200,000

2,000,000

Centre for Information and Documentation

 

500,000

440,000

Nuclear Research Centre

2,000,000

21,000,000

1,500,000

Analysis and Radiological Measurements and Training Centre

 

1,000,000

300,000

National Economic Development Board

 

4,000,000

1,500,000

Visits and conferences

 

0

3,500,000

National Centre for Archives and Historical Studies

 

2,600,000

2,200,000

National Number Project

 

2,600,000

4,100,000

Urban Planning Department

 

10,000,000

1,500,000

Al-Madina Multimedia Centre

 

2,500,000

2,550,000

Executive Body of Private Aviation

 

8,500,000

10,500,000

e-Government Steering Committee

 

1,000,000

600,000

Public Investigations Service

 

5,000,000

10,500,000

Nubus Centre

 

680,000

350,000

Libya News and Satellite Channel

 

1,800,000

4,400,000

Total

5,000,000

89,190,000

61,460,000

 

Table No. (5.3)

Ministry of Interior and Subordinate Bodies

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Interior

20,000,000

2,060,000,000

49,700,000

Interior affairs in the regions

20,000,000

1,100,000,000

34,000,000

Information Security Administration (previously)

 

165,000,000

2,200,000

Special Operations Unit

 

13,000,000

4,500,000

Criminal Investigation Unit

 

26,000,000

8,000,000

DNA Centre

 

1,000,000

1,800,000

National Safety Commission

 

160,000,000

7,500,000

Civil Status Authority

 

190,000,000

17,600,000

Anti-Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Agency

 

52,000,000

5,100,000

Passport and Nationality Department

60,000,000

135,000,000

5,200,000

Tourism and Antiquities Police

 

11,200,000

1,600,000

Centre for Information and Documentation

 

750,000

600,000

Administration of Anti-Infiltration and Illegal Immigration

 

0

13,200,000

Total

100,000,000

3,913,950,000

154,000,000

The allocations for the Ministry of Interior include the allocations for the Criminal Investigation Unit; the DNA Centre; Special Operations Room; and the Supreme Security Committee previously.

Table No. (5.4)

Ministry of Justice and Subordinate Bodies

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

Ministry of Justice

7,000,000

240,000,000

29,000,000

Real Estate Registration Department

18,000,000

25,500,000

5,700,000

State Lawsuits Authority

 

17,000,000

1,150,000

Special Operations Body

 

13,000,000

4,500,000

Judicial Expertise and Research Centre

 

8,500,000

1,760,000

Judicial Police

 

250,000,000

35,000,000

Higher Judicial Training Institute

 

1,500,000

1,760,000

Centre for Information and Documentation

 

500,000

550,000

Foreign Affairs

 

0

7,000,000

Total

25,000,000

543,000,000

81,920,000

Section (2) allocations include the expenditures of the legal committees No. (4), the compensation committees, and the founding funds.

Table No. (5.5)

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and Subordinate Bodies

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation

1,500,000

22,000,000

40,000,000

Embassies and consulates abroad

10,500,000

320,000,000

100,000,000

Libyan Fund for Aid and Development

 

600,000

1,400,000

National Follow-Up Committee on the Implementation of the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling and Use of Chemical Weapons

 

1,200,000

1,400,000

International subscriptions and contributions

 

0

70,000,000

Political work

 

0

13,000,000

Total

12,000,000

343,800,000

224,550,000

The allocations for Section (1) and (2) for embassies and consulates abroad include the allocations for all the personnel of the embassies, including attaches, unionists, journalists, employees of the Intelligence Service, and the Libyan News Agency abroad.

 

Table No. (5.6)

Ministry of Finance and Subordinate Bodies

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Finance

 

10,000,000

7,000,000

Financial services departments in the regions

 

120,000,000

17,600,000

Customs Department

 

135,000,000

13,600,000

Tax Department

 

61,000,000

6,000,000

State Property Department

25,000,000

14,000,000

5,200,000

Centre for Information and Documentation

 

800,000

1,000,000

Allocations for comptrollers abroad

 

36,000,000

17,600,000

Fund for Liquidation of Dissolved Public Companies and Bodies

 

3,800,000

530,000

Judicial rulings

 

0

450,000,000

Salaries and loans for low-income people and martyrs in the line of duty

 

0

24,000,000

Debts from the treatment of injured persons

 

0

350,000,000

Debts of foreign and local companies for the Ministry of Finance

 

0

300,000,000

Debts for the liquidation of local companies

 

0

150,000,000

Compensation for the owners of movables affected during the War of Liberation

 

0

1,150,000,000

Compensation for nationalised funds, production units, and real estate

 

0

600,000,000

Contributions and subscriptions to international organizations

 

 

100,000,000

Miscellaneous

 

 

750,000,000

Total

25,000,000

380,600,000

3,942,530,000

 

Table No. (5.7)

Ministry of Health and Environment and Subordinate Bodies

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Health

300,000

4,300,000

6,000,000

Health affairs in the regions

500,000

1,200,000,000

27,000,000

Treatment abroad (sick persons)

 

0

450,000,000

Treatment abroad (injured persons)

 

0

350,000,000

Procurement of medical workers and medical assistance

 

24,800,000

2,000,000

Improving health services and treatment

 

0

150,000,000

National Food and Drug Control Centre

10,000,000

12,000,000

2,700,000

National Centre for Disease Control

4,000,000

18,000,000

3,000,000

Libyan National Organ Transplant Program

 

2,200,000

680,000

Board of Medical Specialties

150,000

950,000

320,000

Medical Manpower Development Centre

 

7,500,000

2,000,000

Centre for Health Information and Documentation

 

380,000

240,000

National Council for the Determination of Medical Liability

 

70,000

390,000

National Program for Corneal Transplant

 

250,000

800,000

Total

15,600,000

1,279,600,000

1,003,610,000

 

Table No. (5.7)

Ministry of Health and Environment and Subordinate Bodies

Party 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Al-Batnan Medical Centre

30,000

30,000,000

5,916,000

Al Thawra Teaching Hospital in Baida

150,000

22,000,000

3,400,000

Benghazi Medical Centre

100,000

41,000,000

12,240,000

Jumhuriya Hospital

50,000

22,200,000

4,760,000

Al-Jalaa Trauma and Surgical Hospital  in Benghazi

50,000

23,000,000

4,352,000

Benghazi Children's Hospital

50,000

15,100,000

2,380,000

Al-Nahr Ophthalmology Hospital in Benghazi

5,000

5,000,000

1,088,000

7th October Hospital

10,000

11,000,000

1,904,000

Ibn Sina Hospital

50,000

24,300,000

13,000,000

Sebha Medical Centre

20,000

17,750,000

5,440,000

Gharyan Central Teaching Hospital

50,000

14,400,000

3,400,000

Zawiya Teaching Hospital

50,000

19,750,000

2,720,000

Sabratha Teaching Hospital

30,000

18,500,000

2,720,000

National Cancer Institute -- Sabratha

10,000

8,600,000

2,720,000

Al Zahra Specialised Hospital

20,000

12,000,000

2,890,000

Tripoli Medical Centre

100,000

78,000,000

14,280,000

Eye Hospital

50,000

54,800,000

12,920,000

Al-Jalaa Children's Hospital

5,000

16,200,000

3,264,000

Al-Jalaa Maternity Hospital

20,000

18,300,000

2,720,000

Outer Space and Hyperbaric Medicine Hospital

20,000

5,700,000

2,244,000

Burns and Cosmetic Hospital

10,000

8,000,000

1,360,000

National Centre for Diabetes

30,000

6,700,000

1,700,000

Abu Salim Trauma Hospital

30,000

21,500,000

5,780,000

Abu Sitta Hospital for Respiratory Disease

5,000

3,500,000

1,496,000

National Heart Centre -- Tajoura

10,000

17,800,000

2,924,000

Ali Omar Askar Hospital

20,000

26,800,000

4,896,000

Misrata Central Hospital

200,000

21,000,000

8,160,000

Al Khoms General Hospital

40,000

12,370,000

3,264,000

Zliten Central Hospital

20,000

11,478,000

3,264,000

Al Khadra Hospital

50,000

18,400,000

5,440,000

Total

1,305,000

612,848,000

144,002,000

 

Table No. (5.7) (cont’d)

Ministry of Health and Environment and Subordinate Bodies

Party

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

Wahda Hospital Darnah

0

13,500,000

1,904,000

Al Qubbah Hospital

2,000

2,900,000

374,000

Al Tamimi Hospital

2,000

2,250,000

408,000

Al Bardi Hospital

2,000

2,650,000

408,000

Omar Mukhtar Hospital

2,000

3,000,000

340,000

Shahat Hospital for Treatment of Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases

2,000

2,300,000

1,156,000

Susa Hospital

2,000

2,800,000

340,000

Al Marj General Hospital

5,000

13,500,000

3,400,000

Tocra – al-Agouriya Hospital

2,000

2,020,000

340,000

Al-Abyar Hospital

2,000

2,750,000

340,000

Al-Kuwaifiya Hospital for Respiratory Diseases

2,000

6,200,000

1,904,000

Urology and Ear, Nose, and Throat Centre

5,000

6,700,000

2,244,000

Hawari General Hospital -- Benghazi

10,000

16,000,000

7,480,000

Psychiatric Hospital – Benghazi

2,000

6,350,000

2,924,000

Benghazi Cardiac Centre

5,000

3,600,000

816,000

Benghazi Diagnostic and Therapeutic Radiology Centre

2,000

1,400,000

204,000

Kidney Centre in Benghazi

2,000

6,400,000

2,380,000

Centre for Infectious Diseases and Immunology

2,000

3,550,000

7,684,000

Central Dental Clinic in Benghazi

2,000

2,500,000

408,000

Reference Medical Laboratory in Benghazi

250,000

1,180,000

884,000

Blood Bank in Benghazi

2,000

1,700,000

2,040,000

Suluq Hospital

2,000

2,000,000

442,000

Qaminis Hospital

2,000

1,650,000

340,000

Jalo General Hospital

20,000

3,900,000

952,000

Al Kufra Hospital

2,000

4,500,000

1,224,000

Tazerbo Hospital

2,000

2,970,000

612,000

Bin Jawad Hospital

2,000

2,800,000

340,000

Al Afia Hospital in Hun

2,000

5,000,000

952,000

Waddan Hospital

2,000

2,750,000

612,000

Murzuq General Hospital

2,000

6,900,000

1,122,000 

Tragen General Hospital

2,000

4,950,000

884,000

Obari Hospital

2,000

7,850,000

1,904,000

Brak Hospital

15,000

9,750,000

952,000

Bargan Hospital

6,000

5,700,000

952,000

Adiri Hospital

2,000

5,100,000

952,000

Blood Bank in Sebha

2,000

1,500,000

1,360,000

Al-Asabia Hospital

5,000

5,300,000

1,224,000

Total

375,000

175,870,000

52,802,000

 

Table No. (5.7) (cont’d)

Ministry of Health and Environment and Subordinate Bodies

Party

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

Zintan Hospital

2,000

7,800,000

1,224,000

Jado Hospital

2,000

3,450,000

850,000

Nalut Central Hospital

50,000

4,950,000

2,380,000

Al-Haraba Hospital

2,000

1,680,000

435,200

Tiji Hospital

2,000

3,380,000

476,000

Kabaw Hospital

2,000

2,060,000

442,000

Bani Walid General Hospital

5,000

8,000,000

1,360,000

Yafran General Hospital

2,000

5,520,000

1,088,000

Zuwara Bahri Hospital

60,000

6,250,000

816,000

Al-Jamil General Hospital

15,000

7,780,000

952,000

Al-Ajilat General Hospital

25,000

7,600,000

850,000

Surman Hospital

25,000

8,500,000

775,000

Al -Razi Psychiatric and Neurological Hospital

25,000

6,900,000

3,400,000

Tripoli Kidney Services Hospital

2,000

7,120,000

1,360,000

Reference Medical Laboratory in Tripoli

2,327,000

2,170,000

1,360,000

Dental Clinic in Tripoli

2,000

3,950,000

680,000

Blood Bank in Tripoli

2,000

1,400,000

2,720,000

Tarhuna Hospital

2,000

6,350,000

1,360,000

Msallata Hospital

5,000

7,300,000

1,904,000

National Cancer Institute in Misrata

2,000

5,600,000

1,360,000

Misrata Hospital for Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases

2,000

3,900,000

870,000

Tawergha Hospital

2,000

2,900,000

544,000

Al Dawun Hospital

2,000

1,570,000

340,000

Garabulli Hospital

5,000

585,000

1,190,000

Suq al Khamis Hospital

2,000

1,880,000

1,020,000

Hospital of Martyr Amhamad al-Magariaf

20,000

19,400,000

3,400,000

Brega Hospital

10,000

2,830,000

680,000

Ghat Hospital

15,000

5,400,000

1,700,000

Ghadames General Hospital

50,000

3,600,000

1,088,000

Mizda Hospital

10,000

5,580,000

1,360,000

Al-Garyat Hospital

2,000

2,200,000

306,000

Shwayrif Hospital

2,000

1,900,000

340,000

Beir al-Osta Milad Hospital

2,000

3,100,000

496,400

Specialist Centre for the Treatment of Diabetes and Endocrinology in Misrata

5,000

1,930,000

850,000

Jaghbub General Hospital

2,000

4,230,000

1,088,000

Kidney Treatment and Dialysis Centre -- Misrata

 

740,000

400,000

Kidney Treatment and Dialysis Centre – Zentan

 

740,000

400,000

Kidney Treatment Centre -- Zawiya

 

1,600,000

1,000,000

Qurtoba Kidney Dialysis Centre – Tripoli

 

740,000

400,000

Infertility Treatment Centre – Sebha

 

1,000,000

1,200,000

Tabqah Urban Hospital

 

500,000

300,000

Al-Rujyan Urban Hospital

 

650,000

300,000

Elderly Care Centre -- Zawiya

 

740,000

400,000

Medical Manpower Development Centre – Tripoli

 

650,000

300,000

Reference Medical Laboratory -- Zawiya

 

650,000

300,000

Central Blood Bank in Misrata

 

850,000

500,000

Benghazi Fertility Centre and Assisted Reproduction

 

850,000

1,000,000

Infertility Treatment Centre – Tripoli

 

850,000

1,000,000

Zawiyat Adwaw Urban Hospital

 

650,000

300,000

Umm al-Razm Urban Hospital

 

2,200,000

500,000

Al-Bayyada Urban Hospital

 

1,500,000

300,000

Al-Rabbaniyyah Urban Hospital

 

650,000

300,000

Infertility Centre – Misrata

 

1,800,000

900,000

Central Blood Bank in Sabratha

 

685,000

900,000

Infertility Treatment Centre – Green Mountain

 

740,000

450,000

Zawiyat al-Mahjub Village Hospital in Misrata

 

680,000

300,000

Musaid Village Hospital

 

1,100,000

750,000

Nasma Village Hospital

 

650,000

300,000

Al-Aryan Village Hospital

 

740,000

400,000

Takins Village Hospital

 

2,100,000

420,000

Total

2,690,000

198,085,000

54,385,000

Overall total for the health sector

19,970,000

2,266,403,000

1,254,799,000

 

Table No. (5.8)

Ministry of Education and Subordinate Bodies

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Education

0

260,000,000

6,000,000

Allocations for bonuses for education inspectors

0

7,600,000

0

Allocations for remuneration for examination committees

0

24,000,000

0

Allocations for remuneration for the Educational Facilities Guard

0

22,000,000

0

Education affairs in the regions

0

4,972,000,000

35,200,000

General Centre For Teacher Training

0

3,000,000

900,000

National Commission for Education, Science, and Culture

0

350,000

270,000

Gifted Centre – Benghazi

0

1,550,000

175,000

Authority for Educational Technology and Facilities Maintenance

0

18,500,000

3,100,000

Total

0

5,309,000,000

45,645,000

 

Table No. (5.9)

Ministry of Industry and Subordinate Bodies

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Industry

10,000

2,650,000

2,400,000

Industry affairs in the regions

50,000

80,500,000

4,900,000

Allocations for Abu Kammash Company

 

8,500,000

0

General Authority for Industrial Zones

0

1,730,000

1,250,000

National Mining Corporation

5,000,000

1,130,000

310,000

Industrial Research Centre

3,000,000

4,950,000

450,000

National Industry Promotion Authority

 

650,000

620,000

Centre for Industrial Information and Documentation

 

400,000

22,000

Total

8,060,000

100,510,000

10,150,000

 

Table No. (5.10)

Ministry of Transportation and Subordinate Bodies

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Transportation

150,000

11,000,000

1,500,000

Transportation affairs in the regions

 

85,000,000

3,000,000

Department of Roads and Bridges

50,000

3,500,000

620,000

National Meteorological Centre

 

18,200,000

620,000

Civil Aviation Authority

45,000,000

30,000,000

5,300,000

Ports and Marine Transport Authority

45,000,000

15,000,000

1,760,000

Centre for Information and Documentation

 

300,000

450,000

Airports Authority

40,000,000

30,000,000

7,220,000

Department of Road Transport

500,000

2,000,000

1,100,000

Total

130,700,000

195,000,000

21,570,000

 

Table No. (5.11)

Ministry of Agriculture, Animal, and Marine Wealth and Subordinate Bodies

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Agriculture, Animal, and Marine Wealth (1)

300,000

25,000,000

2,400,000

Allocation of the production complexes of poultry and cattle

0

18,000,000

0

Allocations for the central workshop

 

14,000,000

0

Agriculture, Animal and Marine Wealth affairs in the regions

500,000

311,000,000

3,000,000

Agricultural Police

150,000

64,000,000

1,200,000

Agricultural and Animal Research Centre

50,000

10,000,000

350,000

General Authority for Marine Wealth

2,200,000

12,000,000

1,200,000

Marine Biology Research Centre

0

2,000,000

330,000

Locust and Agricultural Pests Control Centre

0

2,300,000

310,000

Centre for Information and Documentation

0

400,000

140,000

Green Mountain Conservation and Development Authority

0

3,640,000

270,000

Grain Production Authority

0

250,000

100,000

Development Authority of the  Fezzan Agricultural Zone

1,500,000

7,500,000

310,000

Development Authority of the Agricultural Area of Al-Kufra

1,500,000

6,300,000

1,200,000

National Centre for Animal Health

1,000,000

5,200,000

1,200,000

National Centre of Agricultural Quarantine and Prevention

0

2,000,000

270,000

Industrial River Water Investment Body in Benghazi

5,000,000

9,700,000

3,100,000

Industrial River Water Investment Body in the central region

3,000,000

14,500,000

900,000 

Industrial River Water Investment Body in Al-Hasawna

4,000,000

10,000,000

4,400,000

Libyan Body for Horse Racing

0

0

1,000,000

Total

19,200,000

517,800,000

21,680,000

 

Table No. (5.12)

Ministry of Social Affairs and Subordinate Bodies

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Social Affairs

0

8,500,000

36,100,000

Social affairs in the regions

0

56,000,000

3,500,000

Public Authority of the Social Solidarity Fund

0

100,000

410,000,000

Disabled Rehabilitation Centre – Janzour

0

3,750,000

1,550,000

Disabled Rehabilitation Centre – Benghazi

0

3,750,000

900,000

Al-Marj Social Care Complex

0

3,750,000

1,760,000

Al-Wafa Elderly Persons' Home

0

2,600,000

900,000

Sawani Rehabilitation Centre For People with Disabilities

0

17,000,000

4,900,000

Jalo Rehabilitation Physiotherapy Centre

0

1,250,000

1,200,000

Investment portfolio holders – basic pensions

0

0

237,438,000

Investment portfolio holders – retirement pensions

0

0

249,314,280

Social Studies Centre

0

1,000,000

700,000

Marriage Support Fund

0

1,900,000

1,000,000

Centre for Information and Documentation

0

500,000

200,000

Total

0

200,000,000

949,462,280

Section (2) allocations for the Public Authority of the Social Solidarity Fund include 400 million LYD for basic salaries and birth grants.

Section (2) allocations for the Ministry of Social Affairs include 2 million LYD to support the Association for the Blind in Benghazi.

Table No. (5.13)

Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs

6,000,000

130,000,000

23,400,000

Institute of Imamate and Rhetoric

0

1,750,000

1,700,000

Zakat Fund

0

5,000,000

1,500,000

Total

6,000,000

136,750,000

26,600,000

Section (1) allocations for the Ministry of Endowment and Religious Affairs include 100 million LYD for the remuneration of mosque custodians.

Section (2) allocations for the Ministry of Endowment and Religious Affairs include 3.4 million LYD for the hajj delegation.

Table No. (5.14)

Ministry of Housing and Utilities

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

Ministry of Housing and Utilities

2,000,000

7,000,000

7,000,000

Housing and Utilities affairs in the regions

200,000

175,000,000

10,500,000

Centre for Information and Documentation

0

350,000

270,000

Total

2,200,000

182,350,000

17,770,000

                       

Table No. (5.15)

Ministry of Economy and Subordinate Bodies

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Economy

15,000,000

10,400,000

3,000,000

Economic affairs in the regions

1,200,000

54,000,000

3,000,000

General Authority for Investment and Ownership

0

5,250,000

3,000,000

Price Stability Fund

0

23,000,000

2,700,000

National Program for Small and Medium Enterprises

0

3,450,000

900,000

Centre for Economic Information and Documentation

0

300,000

310,000

Libyan Network Commerce Project

0

2,200,000

1,500,000

Guaranteed Lending Fund for Employment Purposes

0

1,400,000

450,000

Total

16,200,000

100,000,000

14,860,000

                       

Table No. (5.16)

Ministry of Planning

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Planning Office

50,000

2,200,000

1,800,000

Planning affairs in the regions

150,000

23,500,000

3,000,000

National Centre for Specifications and Standards

50,000

1,500,000

1,200,000

Survey Authority

150,000

1,250,000

270,000

Statistics and Census Authority

0

2,200,000

310,000

Planning Institute

200,000

750,000

310,000

Total

600,000

31,400,000

6,890,000

           

Table No. (5.17)

Ministry of Defence

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Defence

0

3,580,000,000

1,100,000,000

Military Manufacturing Agency

0

47,000,000

1,500,000

Central Agency for Research and Manufacturing

0

41,000,000

1,750,000

Services and Maintenance Centre

1,000,000

6,000,000

1,400,000

Total

1,000,000

3,674,000,000

1,104,650,000

 

Table No. (5.18)

Ministry of Assistance to Families of Martyrs and Missing Persons

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Assistance to Families of Martyrs and Missing Persons

0

5,250,000

24,000,000

Grants to families of martyrs and missing persons

0

0

100,000,000

Total

0

5,250,000

124,000,000

 

Table No. (5.19)

Ministry of Oil and Gas

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Oil and Gas

0

10,000,000

1,250,000

National Oil Corporation

0

1,250,000,000

1,450,000,000

Petroleum Facilities Guard

 

425,000,000

66,000,000

Total

0

1,685,000,000

1,517,250,000


 

Table No. (5.20)

Ministry of Labour and Capacity Building

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Labour and Capacity Building

500,000

7,000,000

3,520,000

Allocations for excess professional cadres

0

840,000,000

0

Labour and capacity building affairs in the regions

1,500,000

50,000,000

5,300,000

Centre for Quality Assurance and Professional Calibration

0

950,000

450,000

National Institute of Management

150,000

4,000,000

620,000

Centre for Information and Documentation

0

850,000

250,000

Tajorni Malta Institute

0

1,500,000

310,000

Efficiency Improvement Institute – Zawiya

0

1,200,000

310,000

Total

2,150,000

905,500,000

10,760,000

Section (2) allocations for the Ministry of Labour and Capacity Building include 500,000 LYD to support the School of Arts and Manufacturing.

Table No. (5.21)

Ministry of Local Government

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Local Government

3,200,000

3,000,000

11,500,000

Local Government affairs in the regions

0

25,000,000

250,000,000

Municipal Guard

1,750,000

182,000,000

4,900,000

Historic Cities Office

750,000

3,000,000

600,000

Total

5,700,000

213,000,000

267,000,000

 

Table No. (5.22)

Ministry of Communications and IT

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Communications and IT

0

10,000,000

5,750,000

Information Security Administration

0

1,500,000

950,000

Total

0

11,500,000

6,700,000

 

 

 

Table No. (5.23)

Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research

50,000

4,950,000

2,700,000

National Authority for Scientific Research and subordinate centres

250,000

19,300,000

2,400,000

Economic Science Research Centre

0

200,000

150,000

Advanced Centre for Techniques

0

2,750,000

650,000

Advanced Centre for Welding Techniques

0

1,450,000

1,200,000

Advanced Centre for Plumbing

0

1,150,000

700,000

Higher Centre for Training and Production

0

750,000

950,000

Centre for Plastics Research

0

800,000

800,000

Advanced Laboratory for Chemical Analysis

0

600,000

700,000

Electronic Systems and Software Centre

0

1,050,000

500,000

Solar Energy Research and Studies Centre

0

3,000,000

850,000

National Commission for Technical Education

0

6,000,000

3,400,000

National Commission for Technical Education – Technical and higher institutes

0

255,000,000

100,000,000

National Commission for Technical Education – Technical and mid-level institutes

0

290,000,000

30,000,000

Higher Education Quality Guarantee and Accreditation Centre

0

1,800,000

700,000

Academy of Graduate Studies

1,200,000

11,000,000

2,000,000

University of Benghazi

2,250,000

167,000,000

160,000,000

Omar Al-Mukhtar University

500,000

111,000,000

75,000,000

Sirte University

500,000

44,400,000

50,000,000

Sebha University

500,000

78,000,000

50,000,000

Al-Jabal Al-Gharbi University

500,000

66,400,000

45,000,000

Zawiya University

800,000

129,000,000

170,000,000

University of Tripoli

1,600,000

191,000,000

170,000,000

Al-Zaytuna University

500,000

62,000,000

35,000,000

Misrata University

500,000

57,000,000

42,000,000

El-Mergib University

600,000

60,000,000

58,287,500

Al-Asmarya University

600,000

28,000,000

16,712,500

Sayyid Muhammad ibn Ali el-Senussi University

50,000

4,500,000

3,500,000

Open University

1,200,000

2,700,000

650,000

National Centre for Living Languages

0

1,200,000

700,000

Total

11,600,000

1,602,000,000

922,550,000

Section (1) of the allocations for the National Authority for Technical Education include 3 million LYD as a bonus for examination committees.

Table No. (5.24)

Ministry of Sports and Youth

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Sports and Youth

0

23,000,000

85,000,000

Total

0

23,000,000

85,000,000

Section (2) of the allocations for the Ministry of Sports and Youth include 90 million LYD to support sports activities.

Table No. (5.25.)

Ministry of Culture and Civil Society

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Culture and Civil Society

250,000

20,370,000

4,500,000

Culture affairs in the regions

0

99,200,000

5,300,000

General Culture Council

100,000

1,200,000

1,350,000

Civil Society Organisation Support Centre

0

600,000

1,500,000

Libyan Centre for Local Cultures

0

250,000

310,000

National Translation Centre in Derna

0

80,000

270,000

Department of Antiquities

600,000

16,200,000

1,200,000

Centre of African Studies and Research

0

270,000

310,000

Total

950,000

138,170,000

14,740,000

 

Table No. (5.26)

Ministry of Information

Body 

Revenues 

Section (1) 

Section (2) 

Ministry of Information

0

2,180,000

3,300,000

Public Libya Channel

2,200,000

39,000,000

22,000,000

Libyan News Agency

150,000

3,200,000

1,200,000

Agency for Support and Encouragement of the Press

1,200,000

8,000,000

4,000,000

Public Broadcasting Centre – Radio Libya

0

2,100,000

620,000

New Media Development and Training Centre

25,000

4,800,000

4,000,000

Total

1,357,000

59,280,000

35,120,000

Section (2) of the allocations for the Libyan Channel include 10 million LYD as subscriptions to satellite.

Allocations for information include 700,000 LYD in Section (1) and 500,000 LYD in Section (2) for the branches of the ministry.

Table No. (5.27)

Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

Ministry of Electricity

0

8,400,000

1,000,000

Renewable Energy Authority of Libya

0

1,000,000

700,000

Total

0

9,400,000

1,700,000

Allocations for the Ministry of Electricity include 8,845,000 LYD as a distinction bonus for the Electricity Police.

Table No. (5.28)

Ministry of Financial Resources

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

Ministry of Financial Resources

0

1,700,000

2,000,000

General Water Authority

1,200,000

8,300,000

1,200,000

Total

1,200,000

10,000,000

3,200,000

 

Table No. (5.29)

Ministry of Tourism

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

Ministry of Tourism

50,000

58,000,000

2,700,000

Parks Service in Tripoli and Benghazi

100,000

13,800,000

800,000

Total

150,000

71,800,000

3,500,000

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