Libyan governors meet as UN tries to broker reunification

Central Bank of Libya, Tripoli
The Central Bank of Libya in Tripoli
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The two central bank governors in civil war-torn Libya met last week in an effort to reunify the divided institution. 

Sadiq Al-Kabir, governor in the country’s capital Tripoli, met with Ali el-Hibri, who runs the central bank based in the rebel-held town of Bayda, on July 8. Al-Kabir is the Central Bank of Libya’s governor while el-Hibri is its deputy governor, but in effect each has run their own central bank for seven years. 

The two governors met with Government of National Unity prime

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