Bashagha managed to achieve many security reforms during his tenure at the Ministry of Interior, most importantly restoring the ministry's role, organizing trainings for security services, and setting the bases for the project of dismantling and reintegrating individuals from armed groups.
In addition, he aimed to restructure and reinforce the police at border crossings and airports and to launch his project of establishing a comprehensive electronic security system and unifying the passport system between the East and West.
Fathi Bashagha has consistently highlighted the need to put an end to the financial and administrative corruption within state institutions. He developed a plan to control, monitor and audit the budget and expenditures of the Ministry of Interior. He also cooperated and supported the campaign launched by the Judiciary and the Public Prosecutor's Office against financial corruption across the country. Therefore, he was pleased to sign many protocols in this regard, most importantly with the CBL and the Anti-corruption Commission.
In addition, Bashagha signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the American company K2 Intelligence to establish secure and reliable systems to exchange information and track financial crimes and their networks inside and outside Libya.
During his mandate at the Ministry of Interior, Bashagha re-established the Human Rights Office within the Ministry, and worked in parallel with human rights organizations, lawyers, and justice agencies to ensure that the freedom and dignity of individuals are respected. He also launched an electronic portal for citizens, organizations, associations, and civil society activists to report any abuses or violations that may occur in this context.
In addition, Bashagha called on the return of the employees who had been unfairly dismissed- for political reasons- from the Interior Ministry's administrative and security services. He also made several significant decisions, most importantly allowing the return of personal properties and assets used by the Ministry and its various services to their original owners and enabling citizens to obtain passports previously denied to them without any legal basis.
Bashagha made tireless efforts to support the outcomes of the Political Dialogue. He held several meetings with the 5+5 Libyan Joint Military Commission to ensure the ministry's participation in bringing the country out of the crisis facing it; for example, by accelerating the withdrawal of mercenaries from the seam zone, in addition to forming of a joint security force to secure the Sirte-Misurata coastal road and providing it with the necessary equipment and resources to carry out its mission and contributing to the implementation of the ceasefire agreement.
Bashagha also proposed a comprehensive plan to categorize, dismantle, and disarm militias and armed groups, and then to establish a process for their eventual rehabilitation and integration into the security services.
Bashagha is committed to supporting national reconciliation and achieving positive results that serve the common good. He has made great efforts to repair the damaged social fabric and ensure the preservation of national cohesion and the building of a new Libya free from regionalism, tribalism, and one-party rule.
Bashagha also worked to establish redress programs to address serious human rights violations across the country.
In the same context, he called for the release of prisoners who were not involved in any documented war crimes as well as the return of employees who had been unfairly dismissed- for political reasons- from the Interior Ministry's administrative and security services.
He also made several significant decisions in this regard, most importantly allowing the return of personal properties and assets used by the ministry and its various services to their original owners and enabling citizens to obtain passports previously denied to them without any legal basis.
Bashagha played an important role in strengthening relations and enhancing cooperation between Libya and numerous influential countries such as Turkey, Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria, the United States, Germany, Qatar, France, Italy, and the UK, for the benefit of Libya and its various security and military institutions, and in a way that contributes to supporting national reconciliation and peaceful settlement.
Bashagha believes that Libya needs to be open to all forms of international cooperation; and in this regard, he has signed agreements with several renowned international companies to ensure that Libya keeps up with the latest developments and technologies used in security and technical fields. He signed an agreement with Airbus to provide ten fully equipped helicopters to be used in the fight against organized crime and terrorist groups, within the framework of continuous efforts to increase the capabilities of the Ministry of Interior in the fields of search and rescue, border and coastal control, human trafficking, and civil security.
He also signed an agreement with the British company Rose Partners to set up a high security room that will work to ensure security in Libya and keep pace with the various security developments within the Ministries of Interior in most countries of the world- thus helping to ensure the security and safety of all the Libyan people.
In the field of modern technologies, Bashagha signed an agreement with the French company Idemia to obtain a biometric identification system. He also signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the American company K2 Intelligence to establish secure and reliable systems of information exchange and monitoring of financial crimes and their networks inside and outside Libya.