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Libya's parliament approves $18.3 billion additional budget to its appointed government

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A man receives money from a bank employee in Misrata
July 10, 2024
Reuters

BENGHAZI (Reuters) - Libya's eastern-based parliament approved what it called an additional budget of 88 billion Libyan dinars ($18.3 billion) on Wednesday to its appointed government for the rest of the current year, the parliament spokesman said.

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