Libyan government orders cash handouts

Tripoli – Libya’s government, clinging to power after a popular revolt, has ordered massive cash handouts including wage increases, food subsidies and allowances, state television reported.

It said each family will receive 500 Libyan dinars (R2 800) to help cover increased food costs, and that wages for some categories of public sector workers would increase by 150%, the television station said.

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