Transparency International: Libya Should Broaden Scope of Required Asset Disclosures for Public Officials
According to a report on asset declarations in Libya published by Transparency International, the country needs to develop a sufficient basis for conflicts of interest rules for public officials, increase the frequency of asset declarations and provide access to the public on asset declarations.
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