Lebanese Parliament spokesman Nabih Berri on Tuesday advocated the “quick” creation of a new government following the resignation of the head of Hasan Diab on Monday after the explosions in the capital, Beirut, last week.
The parliamentary bloc, led by Berri, the leader of the chí AMAL party, bet during the day with a government of “unity” and changed the electoral law to consider the whole of Lebanon as a single constituency, with no quotas from religious groups the Lebanese newspaper “L’Orient le Jour”.
The leader of the Free Patriotic Current, former Secretary of State Yebral Basil, has bet on his Twitter account to quickly form an executive branch. “The priority is to quickly form a productive and effective government and restore confidence in the state.”
Lebanese President Michel Aoun on Monday evening accepted the resignation of the prime minister and the rest of his executive, who are now in office and waiting for a new prime minister to win parliamentary support.