Eastern Libyan governor tries to resign as threats mount


The governor of one of two central banks in civil war-torn Libya has asked to resign, saying threats are increasing, according to media reports.

Ali el-Hibri wrote to the speaker of Libya’s house of representatives, several media outlets reported on March 3. El-Hibri said that he wanted to resign as he had reached the central bank’s statutory resignation age.

But he also said the central bank was struggling to provide Libya with liquidity and had no security against local gunmen, the Libya

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