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This Direction amends the Banking (Foreign Exchange) Regulations 1959 - Direction Relating to Foreign Currency Transactions and to Libya (04/03/2011), the Banking (Foreign Exchange) Regulations 1959 - Variation of Exemption (sub-regulation 6(1)) - Libya (04/03/2011), and Banking (Foreign Exchange) Regulations 1959 - Variation of Exemption (sub-regulation 8(1)(a)) - Libya (04/03/2011) by substituting a new Annex.
Administered by: Treasury
Exempt from sunsetting by the Legislative Instruments Act 2003 s 54(2) item 43
Registered 18 Oct 2011
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR31-Oct-2011
Tabled Senate31-Oct-2011
Date of repeal 09 Aug 2013
Repealed by Treasury (Spent and Redundant Instruments) Repeal Regulation 2013

BANKING (FOREIGN EXCHANGE) REGULATIONS 1959

DIRECTION RELATING TO FOREIGN CURRENCY TRANSACTIONS AND TO LIBYA – AMENDMENT TO THE ANNEX

VARIATION OF EXEMPTIONS – AMENDMENT TO THE ANNEXES

The Reserve Bank of Australia hereby amends:

(i)                 the Annex to the Direction dated 4 March 2011; and

(ii)               the Annex to the Variation of Exemption dated 4 March 2011 relating to sub-regulation 6(1) of the Banking (Foreign Exchange) Regulations 1959; and

(iii)             the Annex to the Variation of Exemption dated 4 March 2011 relating to sub-regulation 8(1)(a) of the Banking (Foreign Exchange) Regulations 1959,

as published in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette No. S34, S35 and S36, 9 March 2011, by substituting the following Annex.

This amendment will come into operation on 19 October 2011.

 

Dated at Sydney this 13th day of October 2011.

 

For and on behalf of the Reserve Bank of Australia,

 

 

 

 

Ric Battellino

Deputy Governor

 

 

Annex

 

PERSON/ENTITY

DESCRIPTION

 

Al-Baghdadi, Dr Abdulqader Mohammed

Passport number: B010574. Date of birth: 01/07/1950. Head of the Liaison Office of the Revolutionary Committees. Revolutionary Committees involved in violence against demonstrators.

 

Dibri, Abdulqader Yusef

Date of birth: 1946. Place of birth: Houn, Libya. Head of Muammar Qadhafi’s personal security. Responsibility for regime security. History of directing violence against dissidents.

 

Dorda, Abu Zayd Umar

Director, External Security Organisation. Regime loyalist. Head of external intelligence agency.

 

Jabir, Major General Abu Bakr Yunis

Date of birth: 1952. Place of birth: Jalo, Libya. Defence Minister. Overall responsibility for actions of armed forces.

Matuq, Matuq Mohammed

Date of birth: 1956. Place of birth: Khoms. Secretary for Utilities. Senior member of regime. Involvement with Revolutionary Committees. Past history of involvement in suppression of dissent and violence.

 

Qadhaf Al-dam, Sayyid Mohammed

Date of birth: 1948. Place of birth: Sirte, Libya. Cousin of Muammar Qadhafi. In the 1980s, Sayyid was involved in the dissident assassination campaign and allegedly responsible for several deaths in Europe. He is also thought to have been involved in arms procurement.

 

Qadhafi, Mohammed Muammar

Date of birth: 1970. Place of birth: Tripoli, Libya. Son of Muammar Qadhafi. Closeness of association with regime.

 

Qadhafi, Saadi

Passport number: 014797. Date of birth: 25/05/1973. Place of birth: Tripoli, Libya. Commander Special Forces. Son of Muammar Qadhafi. Closeness of association with regime. Command of military units involved in repression of demonstrations.

 

Qadhafi, Saif al-Arab

Date of birth: 1982. Place of birth: Tripoli, Libya. Son of Muammar Qadhafi. Closeness of association with regime.

 

Al-Senussi, Colonel Abdullah

Date of birth: 1949. Place of birth: Sudan. Director Military Intelligence. Military Intelligence involvement in suppression of demonstrations. Past history includes suspicion of involvement in Abu Selim prison massacre. Convicted in absentia for bombing of UTA flight. Brother-in-law of Muammar Qadhafi.

 

Abdulhafiz, Colonel Mas’ud

Armed Forces Commander. Third in command of Armed Forces. Significant role in Military Intelligence.

 

Abdussalam, Abdussalam Mohammed

 

Date of birth: c1952. Place of birth: Tripoli, Libya. Head of Counter-Terrorism, External Security Organisation. Prominent Revolutionary Committee member. Close associate of Muammar Qadhafi.

 

Abu, Shaariya

Deputy Head, External Security Organisation. Prominent member of regime. Brother-in-law of Muammar Qadhafi.

 

Ashkal, Al-Barrani

Deputy Director, Military Intelligence. Senior member of regime.

 

Ashkal, Omar

 

Place of birth: Sirte, Libya. Head, Revolutionary Committees Movement. Revolutionary Committees involved in violence against demonstrators.

 

Qadhaf Al-Dam, Ahmed Mohammed

 

Date of birth: 1952. Place of birth: Egypt. Cousin of Muammar Qadhafi. Since 1995, he is believed to have had command of an elite army battalion in charge of Qadhafi’s personal security and to have a key role in External Security Organisation. He has been involved in planning operations against Libyan dissidents abroad and was directly involved in terrorist activity.

 

Al Kuni, Colonel Amid Husain

 

Governor of Ghat (South Libya).

Al Qadhafi, Quren Salih Quren

 

Libyan Ambassador to Chad.

Al-Barrasi, Safia Farkash

Wife of Muammar Qadhafi.

 

Al-Charif, Ibrahim Zarroug

 

Minister for Social Affairs in Colonel Gaddafi’s Government.

 

Al-Gaoud, Abdelmajid

 

Minister for Agriculture, Animal and Maritime Resources in Colonel Gaddafi’s Government.

 

Al-Mahmoudi, Baghdadi

 

Prime Minister of Colonel Gaddafi’s Government.

 

El-Kassim Zouai, Mohamed Abou

 

Secretary General of the General People’s Congress.

 

Fakhiri, Abdelkebir Mohamad

 

Minister for Education, Higher Education and Research in Colonel Gaddafi’s Government.

 

Farkash, Mohammed Boucharaya

Director of intelligence in External Security Office.

 

Ghanem, Shukri Muhammad

 

Oil Minister and Chairman of the National Oil Company.

Hijazi, Mohamad Mahmoud

 

Minister for Health and Environment in Colonel Gaddafi’s Government.

 

Houej, Mohamad Ali

 

Minister for Industry, Economy and Trade in Colonel Gaddafi’s Government.

 

Mansour, Abdallah

 

Senior role in security services and former Director of Radio and Television.

 

Saleh, Bachir

Head of Cabinet of the Leader.

 

Tohami, General Khaled

Director of Internal Security Office.

 

Zarti, Mustafa

Vice chief executive of Libyan Investment Authority, board member of National Oil Corporation, head of Tamoil and vice chairman of First Energy Bank in Bahrain.

 

Zidane, Mohamad Ali

 

Minister for Transport in Colonel Gaddafi’s Government.

 

Zlitni, Abdelhaziz

 

Minister for Planning and Finance in Colonel Gaddafi’s Government.

 

Al-Inma Holding Company for Construction and Real Estate Developments

 

 

Al-Inma Holding Company For Industrial Investments

 

 

Al-Inma Holding Company for Services

Investments

 

 

Al-Inma Holding Company for Tourism Investment

 

 

 

Hasan al-Mashay Street (off al-Zawiyah Street)

Tel No.: (218) 213345187

Fax: +218.21.334.5188

e-mail: info@ethic.ly

Gaddafi International Charity and Development Foundation

 

P.O. Box 1101; Hay Alandalus, Jian St, Tripoli, Libya.

 

 

 

 

Libyan Arab African Investment Company (LAAICO)

 

76351 Janzour, Libya; 81370 Tripoli, Libya.

 

Libyan Holding Company for Development and Investment

 

 

Libyan Housing and Infrastructure Board           

 

Tajora, Tripoli, Libya

Legislation number 60/2006 by Libyan General People’s Committee.

 

Libyan Jamahirya Broadcasting Corporation

 

Libya.

 

Revolutionary Guard Corps

 

 

Waatassimou Foundation

 

Tripoli.

 

Zuietina Oil Company (a.k.a. ZOC; a.k.a. Zueitina)

 

Zueitina Oil Building, Sidi Issa Street, Al Dahra Area,

P.O. Box 2134, Tripoli, Libya.

Juwadi, Colonel Taher

Fourth in Revolutionary Guard chain of command.