Libya’s Audit Bureau permitted on Tuesday the Ministry of Education in the interim government to sign LYD 18.87 million worth contracts for the maintenance of facilities at Benghazi University.
The Audit Bureau said in a statement that its approval was premised on the bureau’s committee for studying contracts’ acceptance of the project.
The maintenance project will include three phases. The first phase, which will cost about LYD 5 million, aims for the isolation of surfaces of the university’s complex of medicine colleges. The second phase will include the maintenance of three dormitories for female students, at a cost of about LYD 5.94 million.
The third phase will see the maintenance of the university’s faculty of education, at a cost of LYD 7.89 million.
On Monday, the Audit Bureau recommended the allocation of about LYD 12 million to develop the Civil Registry Authority.
In an official letter to the Presidency Council (PC), the Audit Bureau emphasized the importance of implementing this project. It also called for implementing it through the Civil Status Department, taking into consideration the importance and privacy of personal data.