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According to The Investigative Journal website topic entitled ‘’ How much does it cost to become Prime Minister of Libya?,’’ it published important documents regarding how to be a prime minister of Libya.
On 5 February Abdul Hamid Dabaiba was chosen Prime Minister designate of Libya in a UN- brokered caucus marred by allegations of bribery. Abdul Hamid’s cousin and brother in law, Ali Dabaiba, head of Libyan state infrastructure contracting body ODAC from 1989 till 2011, is alleged to have paid off some of the 75 electors with sums as high as $500,000. Many Libyans have asked on Twitter and Facebook why the United Nations body UNSMIL (UN Support Mission to Libya) chose Ali Dabaiba as a delegate in the first place. One of the Gaddafi era figures most associated with corruption, Ali has been the subject of numerous articles in major publications. An OCCRP investigation noted, “The Tripoli-based Libyan authorities believe that Dabaiba may have misappropriated between $6 and $7 billion […] using such techniques as charging excessive “commissions” and awarding tenders to companies that were linked to him or that he secretly owned outright”
Italian company commissions Paid to Ali Dabaiba At Credit Suisse Bank, Geneva with cooperation of Abdul Hamid Dabaiba (Abdulhameed Eldubeba)
Evidence of Abdul Hamid Dabaiba Involvement in contracting kickbacks going back to the 1990s