Prime Minister of Libya Suspends Education for 10 Days Due to Flood


The education system in Libya has been put on a 10-day hold by Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Al-Dabaiba out of solidarity with the people affected by the floods on September 11.

The announcement was released late on Wednesday by the Government of National Unity of Libya, which is based in the nation’s capital, Tripoli.

The internationally recognized Government of National Unity headed by Prime Minister Al-Dabaiba and the eastern Libyan government headed by Prime Minister Osama Hamad have both begun providing flood relief in the flood-devastated eastern Libya.

The statement also mentioned that schools would be able to act as temporary shelters for flood victims while classes were suspended.

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