A new government was formed today (Friday) in Lebanon, headed by him Najib Mikati. Mikati received the mandate to form the government from the president Michelle Aoun, And the two announced its establishment, in the presence of the President of Parliament, Nabiya Berry.
As you may recall, Lebanon was without a government for more than a year during a severe economic crisis. With the announcement of the new government, Mikati said he hopes to halt the collapse of his country and restore prosperity. He added that the situation in the country is difficult and everyone should “tighten their belts”.
Meanwhile, about three weeks ago, the UN International Fund for Children, UNICEF, called on the world to take immediate action so that more than four million people across Lebanon would not have to deal with a “critical water shortage.” And social.
The National Electric Company, which depends on imported fuel, provides a few hours of electricity a day to homes and businesses, and nearly 80% of the country’s population currently lives in poverty, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs has announced.