The Central Bank of Libya
The United Nations agent in Libya said both rival central banks at the civil in-state state will undergo an independent audit.
Stephanie Williams, acting head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, declared on July 27 auditors in Deloitte would scrutinize the headquarters of the Central Bank of Libya. Williams said the UN mission was requesting both warring factions to take an audit of the central banks because September 2018, the Libya Observer reports.
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