Ministry of Interior (Libya)
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The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Libya (وزارة الداخلية الليبية) is the interior ministry of Libya. The Ministry is headquartered in Tripoli.
Ministry of Internal Affairs
وزارة الداخلية الليبية
Agency overview
Preceding agency
General People's Committee of Public Security(1977–2011)
JurisdictionGovernment of Libya
Minister responsible
Fathi Bashagha, Interior Minister
Supreme Security Committee
The Supreme Security Committee (SSC) was created by Order No. 20 of the National Transitional Council in October 2011 to provide a new revolutionary security apparatus to fill the security vacuum in the capital of Tripoli after the fall of Gadaffi. The order gave the SSC the task of providing security in the capital and charged it with the protection of state property, embassies and private property, as well as the creation of the appropriate security conditions that would contribute to the return to normal life. The Committee hired revolutionary fighters as the initial personnel.[1]
After the formation of the transitional government the National Transitional Council transferred dependency of the Supreme Security Committee administratively and financially to the Interior Ministry. The SSC was restructured under the name of (the Supreme Security Committee temporary[1]) and identified have a range of disciplines, and in view of what the Commission has achieved the desired goals, was authorized by the ministry to open branches in all Libyan cities to establish security in the entire country.
Organizational Structure
National Police
^ a b Cousins, Michael (14 December 2012). "No SSC disbandment yet PM declares". Libyan Hearld.
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