Inter-agency arrangements

Article 41

Decree No. (247) of 1989

The bodies that requested the ban must review their entries yearly. They shall notify the General Department of Passports and Nationality of the abatement of the reasons for banning from entry and exit. Failure to comply with this shall result in initiation of the procedures necessary for lifting bans as the General Department of Passports and Nationality sees fit.

Articles 3 and 4

Decree No. (50) of 1990

Article 3 The Committee Secretary may have recourse to whomever he deems specialised in its field of work. He may request of any internal body to provide him with documents, papers, and maps, and of specialised foreign bodies abroad to provide him with lawyers, experts, consultants, and translators, to perform activities related to the Committee’s functions. Article 4 The Committee shall provide the Secretary of the People’s Committee for the People’s Bureau for Foreign Liaison and International Cooperation with a report on the progress of its work and activities, the results of its studies, as well as its proposals and recommendations, especially those related to existing problems, both periodically and whenever requested.

NO RELEVANT LEGISLATION AVAILABLE.

Article 7

Decree No. (746) of 1993

The Secretary of the Agency’s Management Committee shall be responsible for the Agency’s executive affairs. It shall have the following responsibilities […]: 5. Take all security measures and procedures in cooperation with and with the assistance of competent bodies to guard the Agency’s projects and properties.

Article 3

Decree No. (10) of 1994

The Secretary of the Agency’s Administrative Committee shall be responsible for all competencies assigned thereto by virtue of General People’s Committee Decree No. (746) of 1993. He shall undertake the following in particular […]: 8. Take all security measures and procedures in cooperation with and with the assistance of the competent bodies to guard the Agency’s projects and properties.

Article 3

Decree No. (392) of 2000

The Guard shall bear responsibility for maintaining the safety and security of Libya’s land crossings and borders. It will specifically have the following duties: […] 6. Coordinate with the competent bodies to carry out the following: Organise entry, exit, and other movements at border crossings. Detect and stop violators of environmental protection legislation along all land borders and crossings and take legal measures regarding them. Cooperate with the competent bodies to combat pollution and protect the environment along these ports and borders.

NO RELEVANT LEGISLATION AVAILABLE.

Article 4

Law No. (20) of 1994

The human, financial, and technical capabilities of the General People’s Congresses, as well as the agencies, organisations, and companies and equivalents thereof, shall be employed to contribute to implementing the immunisation of the Arab Libyan coast.

NO RELEVANT LEGISLATION AVAILABLE.