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Tripoli, The Army Staff has announced that it was revoking all temporary contracts of military men as of the end of December 2018. In a note, a copy of which was obtained by the Libyan news agency, the Army Staff said those who wish to continue in the service have to submit an application through their units, and those whose applications proved to be successful will be referred to training centres in accordance with the laws and regulations of the Libyan Army, and will receive military numbers and sign a 5 year contract. The Army Command said no contracts will be deemed legal after the set date.
Source: Libya News Agency