China News Service, October 22. According to foreign media reports, the formation of the new Lebanese government has gone through several twists and turns, but has not yet been completed.
On the 21st local time, the Lebanese President pointed out at a press conference that in the face of Lebanon that has been hit by the crisis, the new prime minister will have to take the lead in reforms to combat corruption.
According to reports, the Lebanese President plans to negotiate with members of the Parliament on the 22nd local time to nominate a new Lebanese Prime Minister.
According to the report, Lebanese President Aoun told parliamentarians, "I hope you will consider the impact of the nomination of the (Prime Minister) on the process of government formation." He said that this will affect "reform plans and international rescue operations."
On August 16, 2020, local time, in Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, an excavator carried out demolition work at the explosion site in Beirut Port.
According to reports, since the resignation of Lebanese Prime Minister Hariri in 2019, Lebanon has appointed two new prime ministers.
Despite the increasing pressure from the international community and other parties, the formation of the new Lebanese government has not been able to reach a consensus due to the fact that various parties in the country have been unable to complete it.
A violent explosion occurred in the port area of Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, on August 4, 2020, causing thousands of injuries.
After the explosion, large-scale demonstrations in Beirut continued to protest against the explosion and corruption of the authorities.
The then Prime Minister of Lebanon Hassan Diab announced the collective resignation of the government on August 10.
On August 31, Lebanese President Aoun appointed Mustafa Adib, the country’s ambassador to Germany, as the new Lebanese Prime Minister.
On September 26, Adib announced that he had given up forming a new cabinet because he could not reach a consensus with all parties in the country.