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  1. Libya - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Council of Ministers Order No. 120 of 2017 on the approval of the payment of salaries. (قرار مجلس الوزراء رقم 120 لسنة 2017 بالموافقة على صرف مرتبات) - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2017-05-17 | Date of entry into force: 2017-05-17 | LBY-2017-R-106335

    Provides approval to The Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, to take the necessary legal requirements, to disburse the minimum salaries, that were suspended, for displaced persons inside and outside Libya, by 450 LYD, from January 2017 to June 2017.

  2. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 1 of 2017 amending Law No. 16 of 1985 concerning the basic pension. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2017-03-08 | Date of entry into force: 2017-03-08 | LBY-2017-L-106334

    This Law amends Article 4(1) and add additional paragraph to No. (6) to Article 7 of Law No. 16 of 1985 concerning the basic pension.

  3. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 13 of 2016 amending some provisions of Law No. 12 of 2010 concerning Labour Relations Law. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2016-04-24 | Date of entry into force: 2016-02-23 | LBY-2016-L-104681

    This Law Repeals Section No. 59 of Law No. 12 of 2010 concerning Labour Relations Law.

    This Law amends Section No. 1 of Law No. 12 of 2010 concerning Labour Relations Law as follows: "Labour relations between citizens in the State of Libya are free and based on wages and partnership and it may be with non-Libyans.The work performed in the public service may be payable, in accordance with the provisions of this Act."

    This Law amends the second paragraph of Section 50 of Law No. 12 of 2010 concerning Labour Relations Law, as follows: "An employer shall not deduct more than one quarter of a worker's remuneration in settlement of loans made to him by the employer".

  4. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 11 of 2016 on the Protection of Public Morals. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2016-04-24 | Date of entry into force: 2016-04-24 | LBY-2016-L-104711

    Theatrical or acting and other artistic performances shall not be presented in the public places without a licence authorized by the competent authority of the interior ministry.
    Obscene or sexual performances, indecent or immoral shows are banned for authorization.

  5. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 8 of 2016 amending Juvenile and Homeless Persons Law, Promulgated on 05/10/1955. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2016-01-24 | Date of entry into force: 2016-01-24 | LBY-2016-L-104710

    Section 1 of this Law repeals Section 4 of Juvenile and Homeless Persons Law, Promulgated on 05/10/1955 concerning approval by a guardian.

  6. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 11 of 2014 on the establishment of the National Anti-Corruption Commission. - Legislation online in Arabic Legislation online in English

    Adoption: 2014-12-14 | Date of entry into force: 2014-04-16 | LBY-2014-L-98868

    Chapter I: General Provisions.
    Chapter II: The National Anti-Corruption Commission Regulation.
    Chapter III: Final and Transitional Provisions.

  7. Libya - - Constitution

    Constitutional Amendment No. 7 of 2014. - Legislation online in Arabic Legislation online in English

    Adoption: 2014-05-07 | Date of entry into force: 2014-03-11 | LBY-2014-C-98865

    Amends Article 30 of the Constitutional Declaration.

  8. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 8 of 2014 on the National Identification Number. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2014-05-07 | Date of entry into force: 2014-03-24 | LBY-2014-L-98867

    Article 1: Definitions.
    Article 2: The National Identification Number Formation.
    Article 3: Establishing The National Identification Number Database.
    Articles 4-5: Granting and Abolishing the National Identity Number.
    Articles 6-11: General Provisions.

  9. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 4 of 2014 on the Libyan Red Crescent. - Legislation online in Arabic Legislation online in English

    Adoption: 2014-04-23 | Date of entry into force: 2014-02-05 | LBY-2014-L-98862

    The Libyan Red Crescent is a volunteer humanitarian organisation that possesses its own logo. It shall be an institution in the form of an independent national association of public benefit as set forth by the Geneva Conventions and their Additional Protocols. Its work shall be guided by the basic international principles applicable in this respect. It shall assist the public authorities and provide aid and support to the most vulnerable groups without discrimination when necessary or requested.

    The Libyan Red Crescent Society shall work inside and outside Libya to care for human dignity and the right to life. It shall be the only entity to assume the functions of the Red Crescent at the local, regional, and international levels. The funds thereof shall enjoy the sanctity of public funds, and the employees thereof shall have the capacity of civil servants during the performance of their volunteer work.

  10. Libya - - Constitution

    Constitutional Amendment No. 6 of 2014. - Legislation online in Arabic Legislation online in English

    Adoption: 2014-04-23 | Date of entry into force: 2014-02-05 | LBY-2014-C-98863

    Amends Article 30 of the Constitutional Declaration.

  11. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 3 of 2014 on Legal Profession. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2014-03-06 | Date of entry into force: 2014-03-06 | LBY-2014-L-98860

    Preamble
    Part I: The objectives legal profession and the conditions of law practice.
    Part II: Representing before the court.
    Part III: The lawyers rights, duties and prohibitions.
    Part IV: Legal Assistance.
    Part V: Disciplinary and Amnesty.
    Part VI: Contributions and Fees.
    Part VII: Bar Association
    Part VIII: Final Provisions.
    This Law repeals Law No. 10 of 1990 on legal profession and its regulations.

  12. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 5 of 2014 amending Article 195 of the Penal Code. - Legislation online in English

    Adoption: 2014-02-05 | Date of entry into force: 2014-02-05 | LBY-2014-L-98869

    Article 1: Article 195 of the Penal Code shall be amended as follows:

    "Without prejudice to any harsher penalty, whoever commits an act that prejudices the 17 February Revolution shall be punished by imprisonment.

    The same penalty shall be imposed on any person who publicly insults the legislative, executive, or judicial branches or any member thereof during or due to the performance of duties, or who insults the state emblem or flag."

  13. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 16 of 2013 amending Law No. 13 of 1980 on Social Security. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2013-09-02 | Date of entry into force: 2013-06-17 | LBY-2013-L-96477

    This Law repeals Article No. 46 of Law No. 13 of 1980 concerning Social Security.

  14. Libya - - Constitution

    Constitution Amendment No. 5 of 2013. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2013-09-02 | Date of entry into force: 2013-04-11 | LBY-2013-C-96521

    Amends the Constitution by adding an additional paragraph to Article No. 6 of Constitution of Libya, 2012. Also amends Paragraph No. 6 of Article No.1 of the Constitution Amendment No. 1 of 2012.

  15. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 27 of 2013 on Allowances for Children and Wives. - Legislation online in Arabic, Legislation on-line in Arabic

    Adoption: 2013-05-28 | Date of entry into force: 2013-10-20 | LBY-2013-L-96436

    All Libyans under the age of 18, male or female are entitled to have a monthly allowance of 100 dinars not subject to any financial deduction.

    Single female who does not have any salary or wage shall be granted a monthly allowance of 100 dinars.

    Libyan wife who does not have any salary or wage shall be entitled to a monthly allowance of 150 dinars not subject to any financial deduction.
    This Law Repeals Law No. 6 of 2013 On Family Allowance.

  16. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 10 of 2013 concerning the Criminalization of Torture, Forced Abduction, and Discrimination. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2013-05-28 | Date of entry into force: 2013-05-28 | LBY-2013-L-96439

    The Law provides that restricting the personal freedom of a person through force, threat, or treachery and discrimination are criminal offences and are punishable under criminal law. Article 2 provides that anyone who "commits torture or orders someone else to inflict physical or mental suffering on a person under their control or to elicit a forced confession of a crime he or she may or may not have committed, or for discrimination of any form, or for revenge of whatever motive shall be imprisoned for a period of no less than five years." Article 2 also prescribes the same prison term for anyone "who remains silent on torture while having the ability to stop it." If torture results in "grave harm" the punishment is no less than eight years and ten for "grave harm" which results in the death of the victim the offence is punishable by life imprisonment. Article 3 provides that depriving a person of any of his or her rights because of membership in a group or clan, residence in a geographic area, or ethnicity or colour is also punishable with 3 to 15 years of imprisonment. Under Article 5, "political, executive, and administrative officials as well as military commanders or their officers-in-charge" are also liable for acts of torture, among others, committed by those under their control if the superior does not take the necessary measures to prevent or expose the act if able to do so, or to refer it to the relevant authorities.

  17. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 12 of 2013 amending Law No. 16 of 1985 concerning the Basic Pension. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2013-05-28 | Date of entry into force: 2013-04-18 | LBY-2013-L-96474

    Law No. 12 of 2013 amends Article No. 13 of Law No. 16 of 1985 concerning the Basic Pension, which provides that the monthly basic pension value shall be equivalent to first degree of legal wages.

  18. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 5 of 2013 amending Law No. 13 of 1980 on Social Security. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2013-05-25 | Date of entry into force: 2013-03-14 | LBY-2013-L-96307

    Additional Article No. 21 added to Law No. 13 of 1980 which provides as follows: "If the salary of the country employees have increased, the pension of retirees will increase at the same rate of the corresponding salary after retirement, for pensioners who have a hypothetical salary and for those whose salaries were not subject to the provisions of Law No.15/1981 on salaries, their salary will increase by an average percentage between the maximum increase, which was approved."

  19. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No.2 of 2013 ratifying the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2013-03-21 | Date of entry into force: 2013-02-24 | LBY-2013-L-96306

    The State of Libya ratified the UN Rights of Persons with Disabilities Convention.

  20. Libya - - Constitution

    Constitution Amendment No. 3 of 2012. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2012-11-20 | Date of entry into force: 2012-07-05 | LBY-2012-C-93475

    Paragraph 6(2) of the Constitution Amendment No.1 of 2012 is amended, provides that the Constitutional Commission shall be chosen by direct and free elections.

  21. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 65 of 2012 regulating Peaceful Demonstrations. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2012-11-06 | Date of entry into force: 2012-11-06 | LBY-2012-L-93469

    Article 1: The Law recognizes that peaceful protest is a basic human right under the Libyan Constitutional Declaration as well as International Law.

    Articles 2 and 3: Disallows assemblies which disrupt the functioning of public utilities, which may include roadways or government institutions and the government bears the primary responsibility to maintain public order and to provide public safety.

    Article 4: Provides that all planned demonstrations must have a committee composed by a leader and at least two members whose names must be listed in the notice given to the security directorate and stipulate where the demonstration will be taking place. This committee is under an obligation to maintain law and order during the demonstration and to forbid the delivering of speeches which undermine law and order, morality, or encourage crime.

    Article 5 and 6: Organizers are obliged to send written notice of the date, time, gathering area, set-off-time, route and the time when the demonstration is expected to end and they must inform the authorities of their intentions at least 48 hours in advance and to maintain discipline during the event itself.
    The Articles also gives the authorities unlimited power to arbitrarily adjust the time and place of the assembly.

    Article 7: Forbids the authorities from banning any demonstration,except if the said demonstration is likely to cause public disorder or for any general security reasons.
    In the case of a demonstration being banned, at least one of the organizers must be informed of the decision at least 12 hours prior to the scheduled starting time and a copy of the notification ban must be displayed on the wall of the responsible authorities' building. Where possible, the decision should also be published in local newspapers. Demonstration organizers have the right to make a formal complaint to the Ministry of Interior when the protest is banned for any reason.

    Article 8: Dispersal of a protest that has commenced is permitted merely for failure to comply with minor conditions of the protest.

    Article 9: Prohibits the carrying of weapons during demonstrations.

    Article 10: Imposes criminal sanctions for gatherings in violation of the Law.

  22. Libya - - Constitution

    Constitution Amendment Law No. 2 of 2012. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2012-08-23 | LBY-2012-C-93474

    Amends Section 30 paragraph 3 of the Constitution of 2012 as follows:

    "The election of the General National Congress shall be held within a period of 270 days following the declaration of liberation".

  23. Libya - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Council of Ministers Order No. 296 of 2012 Enacting Some Provisions Regarding Training. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2012-07-12 | Date of entry into force: 2012-07-12 | LBY-2012-R-93032

    Provides that training abroad for a period three months or less shall be approved by an Order from the competent Minister. If necessary, to extend the period to more than three months, a prior approval from the Minister of Labour and Rehabilitation is required. The Minister of Labour and Rehabilitation by order shall extend the said period by a further period not exceeding six months.

  24. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 28 of 2012 amending some provisions of Law No. 4 of 2012 concerning the Election of the General National Congress. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2012-05-12 | Date of entry into force: 2012-04-17 | LBY-2012-L-93751

    This Law amends Section 32 of Law No. 4 of 2012 concerning the Election of the General National Congress.

  25. Libya - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Order No. 9 of 2012 concerning Onshore, Maritime and Oil Fields Allowances. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2012-03-28 | Date of entry into force: 2012-04-01 | LBY-2012-R-93737

    This Order provides a schedule that sets out a daily allowance to national workers who works in the Maritime, Oil and Onshore Fields.

  26. Libya - - Constitution

    Constitution Amendment No. 1 of 2012. - Legislation online in English Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2012-03-13 | LBY-2012-C-93472

    Amends certain paragraphs of Section 30 of Libya Constitution, 2012.

  27. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 4 of 2012 concerning the Election of the General National Congress. - Legislation online in English Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2012-03-06 | Date of entry into force: 2012-01-28 | LBY-2012-L-93748

    Chapter I: Definitions.
    Chapter II: Preliminary Provisions.
    Chapter III: Electoral System.
    Chapter IV: The Right to Vote.
    Chapter V: Terms and Procedures for Candidacy.
    Chapter VI : Electoral Campaign.
    Chapter VII: Voting Procedures.
    Chapter VIII: Appeals.
    Chapter IX: Electoral Crimes.
    Chapter X: Final Provisions.

  28. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 3 of 2012 Establishing the National Election High Commission (NEHC). - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2012-03-06 | Date of entry into force: 2012-01-18 | LBY-2012-L-93752

    This Law establishes the National Election High Commission, which is a national body that has a legal capacity and an independent financial disclosure. The High Commission is based in Tripoli, and other branches thereof can be established.

    The High National Commission undertakes the following tasks:
    1-Preparation, implementation, supervision, monitoring of the election of the General National Congress and announcing its results in accordance with the principles and rules adopted for the electoral process in the Elections Law.
    2-Raising public awareness of the importance of elections and encouraging people to take part therein.
    3-Draw up guidelines for the electoral process in order to achieve progress and implementation of the Elections Law.
    4-Registration of voters and preparation and reviewing of their records.
    5-Formation of specialized committees for the electoral process, voting, counting and scheduling elections.
    6-Selecting the date for accepting application forms for the candidates and candidate registration.
    7-Accreditation of local and international observers and representatives of the candidates.
    8-Develop a mechanism for the receipt of complaints and grievances that fall within its competence and making decision therein in accordance with the Elections Law.
    9-Determining the period of electoral campaigns and monitoring them.
    10-Organizing the elections for the Libyans residing overseas in countries that are determined by the High Commission and the possibility of conducting elections in these countries in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.

  29. Libya - - Constitution

    Constitution of Libya, 2012. - Legislation online in Arabic Legislation online in English

    Adoption: 2012-02-09 | Date of entry into force: 2011-08-03 | LBY-2012-C-93473

    Preamble
    Part I: General Provisions.
    Part II: Rights and Public Freedoms.
    Part III: Form of the State Governance during the Transitional Stage.
    Part IV: Judicial Guarantees.
    Part V: Final Provisions.

  30. Libya - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Order No. 10 of 2012 Enacting some provisions concerning Official Working Hours. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2012-01-15 | Date of entry into force: 2012-01-15 | LBY-2012-R-93476

    Provides that the official working days are Saturday to Thursday (Friday is a weekly rest day). Normal working hours are between 8:00 am. to 3:00pm.

  31. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 5 of 2012 concerning official holidays. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2012-01-08 | Date of entry into force: 2012-01-08 | LBY-2012-L-93480

    This law designates 14 official holidays during the year. Law No. 4 of 1987 concerning official holidays is repealed.

  32. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 24 of 2010 On Libyan Nationality. - Legislation online in English Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2010-05-28 | LBY-2010-L-93753

    The Libyan nationality is the nationality of citizens of the Greatest Socialist Libyan Arab Jamahiriya.

    Every person considered a Libyan who resided in Libya regularly since 07/10/1951 and s/he did not have other foreign nationality and if
    one of the following conditions is applicable on him/her:
    - He/she born in Libya.
    - He/she born outside Libya but one of his parents born in Libya.
    - He/she born outside Libya but he resided regularly for a period not less than 10
    years before 07/10/1951.

    Law No. 17 of 1954 concerning Libyan Nationality and Law No. 18 of 1980 concerning the Nationality Law and its amendments are repealed.

  33. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 12 of 1378 [2010] on Labour Relations. - The Libyan Congress

    Adoption: 2010-01-28 | Date of entry into force: 2010-06-02 | LBY-2010-L-86041

    Introductory Chapter
    PART I: GENERAL AND COMMON PROVISIONS
    Chapter One: Employment offices
    Chapter Two: The labour and employment system
    Chapter Three:The employment of women and children
    Chapter Four: Holidays
    Chapter Five: Medical and social care
    Chapter Six: Termination of employment
    Chapter Seven: Joint Provisions
    PART II: PARTNERSHIP RELATIONSHIPS
    PART III: CONTRACTUAL RELATIONSHIPS
    Chapter One: Employment contract
    Chapter Two: Vocational training
    Chapter Three: Domestic services
    Chapter Four: Labour disputes, conciliation and arbitration
    Chapter Five: Labour inspection
    Chapter Six: Penalties
    Chapter Seven: Sanctions
    PART IV: STATUTORY RELATIONS - THE PUBLIC SERVICE
    Chapter One: Administrative organization and functions
    Chapter Two: Employment
    Chapter Three: Rights and benefits
    Chapter Four: Transfers, relocation and secondment
    Chapter Five: Job responsibilities
    Chapter six: Discipline
    Chapter Seven: Referrals
    Chapter Eight: Final provisions

  34. Libya - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decision No. (206) for 2009 by the General People's Committee Approving Rulings on the Control of Smoking, Tobacco and All Tobacco Products. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2009-05-12 | LBY-2009-R-97660

  35. Libya - - International agreement

    Convention sur le transport maritime et les ports entre la République algérienne démocratique et populaire et la Grande Jamahiriya arabe libyenne populaire et socialiste, signée à Tripoli le 9 avril 2007. - Algérie: JO du 26 septembre 2007

    Adoption: 2007-04-07 | INT-2007-IA-77466

    Ratifiée par le décret présidentiel n° 07-284.

    Contient des dispositions relatives aux autorités maritimes compétentes, aux documents d'identité et au droit des gens de mer, aux accidents de mer ainsi qu'à la reconnaissances des titres et diplômes.

  36. Libya - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decision No. 489 of 2005 concerning some provisions of official working hours and official holidays.

    Adoption: 2005-12 | Date of entry into force: 2006 | LBY-2005-R-75276

    Provides that working days are Sundays to Thursday (Fridays and Saturdays are weekly rest days). Working hours are between 7.30 to 15.00 during the summer period and between 8.00 and 15.30 during the winter period, with the possibility for companies to determine their own working schedule.
    Text available in Arabic and English.

  37. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 1774-IV of 15 June 2004 on the ratification of the Agreement between Ukraine and Libyan Arab Jamahirya on cooperation in the field of labour and job placement (Text No. 454).

    Adoption: 2004-06-15 | INT-2004-L-68533

    Ratifies the Agreement signed on 14 October 2003 (text not attached).

  38. Libya - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decision of the Secretariat of the General Popular Committee No. 77 of 1370 (A.D. 2002) concerning provisions on the placement of job seekers.

    Adoption: 2002 | LBY-2002-R-78229

    Contains 8 Articles. Article 1 provides that the People's Committees for Municipalities are to undertake to establish joint stock companies and participatory associations (recruitment agencies) to ensure employment for job seekers, according to their specialization, and in such a way as to avoid and prevent labour trafficking. Recruitment agencies are to keep records, register job seekers, organise training and communicate to the competent authorities each month the name of job seekers that have been placed in jobs. Recruitment agencies may provide, against payment, work opportunities. The Labour Force offices are to inspect and evaluate recruitment agencies. Establishes a Committee to establish fees for job seekers, analyse problems with recruitment agencies, and propose rules of procedure.

  39. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No.(9) for 2000 regarding organizing trade of transit and free zones. - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 2000 | LBY-2000-L-82941

    Repeals Law No.(10) for 1959 concerning free zones. Provides for the regulation of free zones.

  40. Libya - - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    Decision No. 111 of 1999 taken by the General People's Committee on the promulgation of the By-law Enforcement Law No. 20 of 1998 on the Social Care Fund.

    Adoption: 1999-12-09 | LBY-1999-M-55526

    Promulgates the By-law of the Social Care Fund. Regulates health,training, rehabilitation, education, housing, family, disability, and old-age benefit. Also governs administration and financing of the Fund.

  41. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 20 of 1998 on the Social Security Fund.

    Adoption: 1998-12-15 | LBY-1998-L-55524

  42. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 19 of 1998 on the organization of the services rendered by the administrative units to its members.

    Adoption: 1998-12-15 | LBY-1998-L-55525

    Governs employment agencies.

  43. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 23 of 1998 on Trade Unions, Federations and Professional Associations.

    Adoption: 1998-12-15 | LBY-1998-L-55540

    Provides for the right to establish a trade union for persons employed in the same profession or industry, and governs the registration and administration of trade unions and trade union federations. The establishment of more than one trade union or association in the same profession shall not be allowed.

  44. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 7 of 1997 on the amendment of some provisions of the Labour Code (No. 58 of 1970).

    Adoption: 1997-12-29 | LBY-1997-L-55527

    Amends Act No. 58 of 1970 with regard to child-care facilities to be provided for women workers at factories where more than 50 persons are employed, and arduous or dangerous work for women workers.

  45. Libya - - Law, Act

    Children's Protection Law (No. 5 of 1997)

    Adoption: 1997 | LBY-1997-L-68411

    Defines the child as a person under 16 years (art. 1). Provides that education shall be compulsory for children (art. 9) and prohibits child labour except when in training and with their consent (art. 10).

  46. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law of 1375 b.p. promulgating the Labour Relations Law.

    Adoption: 1996 | LBY-1996-L-76675

    Article 1 provides that labour relations are to be regulated by the provisions in the attached law. Regulations are to be issued by the General People's Committee and shall contained detailed provisions as set out in the law (Article 2). Repeals Labour Law No. 58 of 1970 and its amendments, Law No. 55 of 1976 on the Civil Service and its amendments as well as Law No. 15 of 1981 on Wage Scales for National Workers and its amendments.

    The following outlines the contents of the attached law:
    Part I: General and Common Provisions; applies to all labour matters [content of Chapters: Employment and Producer's Affairs Office; Organization of Work and Employment; Employment of Women and Young Persons; Leave; Health Care and Social Welfare; Trade Unions and Collective Bargaining; Common Provisions].
    Part II: Partnership Relations; organizes the status of partnerships in economic, trade, industrial and service units and which consist of a group of partners in endeavour, capital or both.
    Part III: Contractual Labour Relations; organizes the situation of the following categories of workers:
    - Workers in companies owned totally or partially by the community.
    - Workers in the private sector with a labour contract.
    - Workers in national or foreign corporations and establishments, and assimilated entities.
    Part IV; Regulation of Labour Relations; organizes the status of workers in public secretariats, sectors, institutions, authorities and boards with the exception of those categories of workers whose status is subject to special rules and regulations according to the terms stipulated in the present Laws and Regulations.

  47. Libya - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Resolution No. 7 of 1992 issuing the Implementing Regulation under Law No. 23 of 1991 on fisheries cooperatives. - Regulation in Arabic

    Adoption: 1992-01-09 | LBY-1992-R-83497

    This Regulation is composed of 5 Chapters divided into 34 articles. Establishment and registration procedures of fisheries cooperatives provided for in Chapter I. Conditions and causes for the revocation of fisheries cooperatives are defined in Chapter II. Chapter III deals with the management of cooperatives and the General Assembly. Financial system is given in Chap. IV. Dissolution of cooperatives provided for in Chapter V.

  48. Libya - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    SMW Decision No. 7 issuing the Implementing Regulation of Law No. 23 of 1991 on fisheries cooperatives. - Decision on-line

    Adoption: 1992 | LBY-1992-R-83496

    This Decision consists of 5 Sections. The establishment of fisheries cooperatives and required documents are dealt with in Section 1. A cooperative shall be made up of a minimum of 20 members and shall be required to be fully engaged in fishing as well as own licensed boats (art. 1). To apply for the establishment of cooperatives, the following documents shall be necessary: copies of charter and internal organization documents signed by members; bank deposits for member shares; list of all members and number of shares held; a proof that all members participate in fishers Nakabah (associations); signed declaration that on e is not a member of another fishing cooperative; and, copy of the boat ownership certificate (art. 2). Articles 3 and 4 deal with the reviewing and processing of the abovementioned documents in different SMW departments (acceptance or refusal of applications). The cooperative charter documents shall contain date, place of issue, name of cooperative, purpose and area of work, capital and share value, name of each member, place of residence and occupation (art. 5). Re-announcement of the cooperative established before Law 23/91 are dealt with in articles 6-8. Membership conditions and reasons for withdrawal are provided for in section 2. Reasons for withdrawal of membership may include: voluntary reasons, failure to abide to the conditions, arrangements for reimbursement if eligible, etc (arts. 10 to 14). Sections 3-5 deal with the following matters: Cooperative Administration Committee; Cooperative financial organization; Cooperative closure.

  49. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law No. 23 of 1991 on fisheries cooperatives. - Law on-line in Arabic

    Adoption: 1991-09-04 | LBY-1991-L-83495

    This Law is composed of 11 Chapters divided into 61 articles. Chapter I contains general provisions in particular: definition of fisheries cooperatives; and conditions for membership in fisheries cooperatives. Chapter II decrees the establishment of fisheries cooperatives. Fisheries cooperatives constitution dealt with in Chapter III. Fisheries cooperatives activities given in Chapter IV. Management of fisheries cooperatives is provided for in Chapter V in particular: the General Assembly; The General Popular Committee for Marine Resources; and Competencies of the General Popular Committee. Chapter VI pertains to cooperatives' financial system such as sources of incomes. Exemptions and advaantages provided for in Chapter VII. Control of cooperatives dealt with in Chapter VIII. Dissolution of cooperatives is given in Chapter IX. Offences and penalties are provided for in Chapter X. Chapter XI contains concluding provisions.

  50. Libya - - Law, Act

    Law (No. 5 of 1991) on the application of the principles of the Great Green Charter of Human Rights in the Jamahiriyan Era. - Law on-line

    Adoption: 1991-07-20 | LBY-1991-L-57642

    Implements the principles of the Great Green Charter of Human Rights in the Jamahiriyan Era, reiterating their priority over all other laws and orders.

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