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Tripoli--State Minister for Women and Community Development Affairs, Assama Al-Austa has announced the submitting of a proposal to the Chief of Staff Office at the Presidency Council to set up a committee to be chaired by the State Minister for Women Affairs and Community Development along with other professionals to consider the delay of the Libyan law issued late 1960s on intellectual property. The state minister explained that the proposal of the formation of the committee came to consider three directions, first rights of the author, adjacent rights and patents and third trademarks. She said the need to update the law was to keep abreast with developments and due to enormous efforts in the past by various quarters to reach a legislative draft to be complied with.
Source: Libya News Agency