February 24th, local media reported that Lebanese Deputy Speaker Elie Ferzli said that most of the parliamentarians who had been vaccinated against the novel coronavirus recently were 70 years old or even over 75 years old, and had been filed in advance by the Ministry of Health.
Their vaccination was not a crime, against these parliamentarians’s finger Responsibility is political operation.
On the same day, Kotani, Secretary-General of the Lebanese Red Cross, said that the Red Cross was not involved in the organization and logistics of the Lebanese vaccination program in violation of vaccination by 16 parliamentarians.
Previously, according to local media reports, the Secretary-General of the Lebanese Parliament Dahr said on the 23rd that 16 parliamentarians had been vaccinated against the novel coronavirus.
They had previously registered on the official platform and were vaccinated in compliance. However, the chairman of the Lebanese Vaccination Commission, Beazli, said on the same day that the vaccination of the above-mentioned parliamentarians without the permission of the committee violated the vaccination priorities, which was inexcusable.
On February 23, Jeha, the representative of the World Bank in Lebanon, posted on social media that the World Bank may suspend funding for vaccines to Lebanon once it is confirmed that Lebanon’s illegal vaccination behavior is true.