They demand the formation of a government in Lebanon in the face of the crisis (+ photo)

Al-Qubaisi urgently demanded the dissolution of state affairs in its institutions and public sectors, which were suspended for nearly a month due to the strike of employees due to the complex living conditions.

The deputy attributed the economic collapse to mismanagement, the adherence of some politicians to sectarian positions, and the continuous confrontation to boycott the national response.

He defended Lebanon’s right to its oil and gas wealth against Israeli ambitions, and rejected any foreign interference in the maritime border demarcation negotiations with Tel Aviv.

In this regard, Hassan Ezz El-Din, who is also a lawmaker, stressed that Lebanon has an opportunity to take advantage of the position of the resistance to rid the people of its crisis.

A member of the Loyalty to the Resistance bloc, Izz al-Din, stressed the need for all Lebanese to adopt a patriotic stance in the interest of the country, as it is the only possibility to confront the economic catastrophe.

Yesterday, former Minister Sheikh Wadih El-Khazen confirmed that President Michel Aoun is continuing consultations in an effort to find a quick solution, in cooperation with Prime Minister-designate Najib Mikati, in forming the new government.

After his meeting with the Lebanese president, El-Khazen indicated to the press that the integration of the Salvation Government will allow the smooth functioning of state institutions, their independence and security, and the vitality of the economy.

Since last June 29, the Lebanese people have been waiting for the appointment of the Council of Ministers, which will have a short administration period, as the country will elect the President of the Republic between September 1 and October 31, and he will have the President of the Republic. Responsibility to form a new government.

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Inflation of 890 percent, the minimum monthly wage of less than $25, a devaluation of the currency, high prices of basic items, and 2.2 million people in need of food exemplify the living conditions in Lebanon, according to reports from specialized UN bodies. .

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