UN reorganising in Conakry after resident coordinator's departure
The UN is reorganising in Conakry after the departure of its coordinator
After having had their fingers burned in 2018, the international financial institutions are reluctant to finance the presidential elections due in nine months. The electorial commission is asking for $33m, which is $18m more than five years ago.
The United States is hoping to set up a "special oversight committee", itself managed by a private auditing firm, to control the transfer of revenues from the National Oil Corp to Libya's state institutions. At stake is a drop in production sparked by the political row over such transfers.