Administrative Reforms in Libya

Abstract:
Administrative Reforms in Libya had been adopted as part of their economic reform program. The Libyan government’s aim was to reorganize the public administration through which it could reform the governance of the public as well as private organizations.
Administrative Reforms in Libya started through decentralization and administrative reorganization. It was initiated in three provinces and in 2001, the onus of reform was divided into 31 local authorities.

  • Reform Process:
    The government encouraged the citizens to take part in the various stages of administrative operations. Many popular committees had been formed that replaced the government bodies. Those committees had a new role in the decision making and selecting the administrative leaders. The system of election or appointments by the higher authorities had been abolished.
    The government divided the responsibilities of the central authority among the regional and local authorities to reallocate the funds.
    The government made several attempts for manpower reallocation, organizational development and institutional development. More stress had been given on the modernization of the public administration and corporate governance.
    The Libyan government simplified the process of providing necessary services to the country men, mainly in the rural areas.
    Certain laws had been introduced for some special career path, for example, judiciary men, diplomatic career and administrative officers.
    New administrative legislations had been formed to provide equal employment opportunity. Salaries in public services were given in accordance with the experience as well as merit.
    Human resource development had got pace through administrative reform. Some policies were introduced to minimize the number of civil workers. Several employees had been transferred and the government encouraged the employees for early retirement. Moreover, extra attention had been given on the development of private sector’s environment to lure the foreign investors

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