According to local media reports, on the 9th, Lebanese Prime Minister-designate Hariri said that he would submit a list of 18 people’s cabinet to President Awn on the same day, composed of experts who are not affiliated with any political party.
Subsequently, the presidential palace issued a statement saying that President Aun also provided Hariri with a cabinet proposal, including cabinet seat allocation, and the two sides agreed to maintain communication and resolve differences.
On the same day, Hariri’s cabinet list was questioned by some political parties, and the chairman of the Lebanese Democratic Party, Aerslan, said that the list was unfair to the Druze.
On 22 October, former Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri won the parliamentary vote and was subsequently authorized by President Aun to form a new cabinet.
Hariri stressed that an expert government will be formed to implement the French initiative and implement a series of necessary reforms to save the country from the deep economic crisis and the deteriorating epidemic situation.