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Lebanese parliamentary chief insists on forming government

Lebanese parliamentary chief insists on forming government

Beirut, Jun 4 (Prensa Latina) Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri insisted on continuing with his initiative to form a government, despite a war of words between those in charge of nominating him, local media reported on Friday.
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A confrontation sharpened the differences between President Michel Aoun and Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri, after issuing mutual accusations for the delay in the formation of the executive.

For that reason, Berri’s offer to mitigate the discord that is delaying a solution to the worst economic crisis in the country in decades was in the background, The Daily Star reported.

The Aoun-Hariri tensions emerged after a meeting between the parliamentary speaker with the prime minister-designate, as part of efforts to push a 24-member cabinet proposal.

Aoun held Hariri responsible for deadlocking the process and trying to seize constitutional powers, while the prime minister-designate noted that the president is acting in line with the personal ambitions of his son-in-law, Gebran Bassil.


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