February 6th, the Lebanese Free National Front issued a statement saying that it needed to reconsider the agreement with Hizbullah, saying that the agreement enabled Lebanon to avoid division, resist foreign aggression, counterattack Israel and combat terrorism, but failed to promote national development and the rule of law construction.
At about 6 p.m. on August 4, 2020, a huge explosion occurred in the port area of Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, which caused huge casualties and property damage. Follow-up investigation shows that the long-term storage of combustible chemicals in the Beirut port warehouse exploded without corresponding management.
The bombing in Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, further exacerbated political and economic pressure within Lebanon, which directly led to the resignation of the then Prime Minister Diab government. Until now, the new government has not completed the formation of a cabinet and Lebanon’s political arena is in trouble.
The Lebanese Free National Front and Hezbollah are currently the main political forces in Lebanon.
After signing an agreement in Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, the two sides established a bipartisan political alliance, which has had an important impact on the political situation in Lebanon.