Libya’s politicians put pressure on Gecol to improve power supply


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Issue 424 - 08 Oct 2020 - By John Hamilton | 5 minute read

Impatience with power cuts and the lack of any clear strategy to resolve the crisis has driven Libyan politicians to take action against Gecol management. The failure to ensure reliable electricity supply is now being blamed on criminal negligence, leading to the charging or arrest of former senior executives, writes John Hamilton

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