Lebanon goes back to first step
Lebanon, the bride of the Middle East, has had a difficult year. From economic pressures and inflation and the unprecedented rise in the exchange rate to the explosion of the port of Beirut and the protests and the spread of the Corona virus and most importantly political instability. As Hassan Diab and his cabinet resign and Mustafa Adib resigns as Lebanese prime minister, the man always on the scene, or in other words, the former prime minister, Saad al-Hariri, announces his readiness and October 22 With 65 votes out of 120, he will be in charge of forming the Lebanese government. In this regard, the following points are noteworthy.