Le dirigeant des Forces Libanaises, Samir Geagea, s’en est à nouveau pris au Courant Patriotique Libre, au mouvement Amal et au Hezbollah, estimant qu’il n’y a pas d’espoir “tant que le trio reste au pouvoir”.

S’exprimant sur Twitter, Samir Geagea a ainsi répondu aux personnes s’interrogeant sur l’abstention du bloc parlementaire des Forces Libanaises lors des consultations obligatoires menées par la Présidence de la République et qui ont abouti à la nomination de Saad Hariri comme prochain locataire du Grand Sérail.

Avez-vous vu maintenant pourquoi les “Forces libanaises” se sont abstenues de la question du gouvernement ??? Tant que le trio au pouvoir est au pouvoir, il n’y a aucun espoir de salut … Nous continuerons sans relâche jusqu’à la restructuration de l’Autorité …

De source médiatique, on indique que de nouveaux différends entre partis politiques seraient apparus ces derniers jours quant à la répartition des portefeuilles ministériels, alors que l’annonce de la formation du nouveau cabinet Hariri IV devait intervenir durant le weekend.

A country without a government as the economic crisis hits it hard

Lebanon has been without government since the resignation, on August 10, of outgoing Prime Minister Hassan Diab.

The formation of a new government is considered as one of the preconditions for the relaunch of negotiations with the International Monetary Fund in order to obtain the release of financial aid from the international community in the face of the economic crisis that Lebanon is going through.

Following Mustafa Adib’s failure to form a cabinet, former Prime Minister Saad Hariri, who resigned following major protests in October 2019, was tasked with forming a new government in October 2020.

In an attempt to unblock the situation, the former prime minister promised the Amal movement to allocate the portfolio of the finance ministry to a member of the Shiite community. He also reiterated that Lebanon could do without a state of default, thus denying the gravity of the economic crisis however experienced by the population, with 55% of it now living below the poverty line while the economic recession has reached 29% according to some reports for the year 2020.

However, Saad Hariri’s proposals for an 18-member cabinet clash with the Presidency of the Republic, who points out that if the Shiite and Sunni communities choose their representatives, the Christian representatives in the new cabinet would also be chosen by the former. designated minister. General Aoun de facto considers that the current proposals of the Prime Minister contravene both the Lebanese constitution and the national pact.

The latter, for his part, accuses the head of state of wanting to obtain a blocking third party within his new cabinet.

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