10 December 2012

Libya Disbands Supreme Security Committee

Libya's interior ministry is moving forward with plans to dissolve the Supreme Security Committee by December 31st, Libya Herald reported on Sunday (December 9th).

"From next month, only the fighters that have signed contracts with the ministry will be paid," said Hashim Bishar, the Committee's Tripoli chief.

"For the first time since the revolution, there will be regular operations in the police stations in all different areas," he added.

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