Saad Hariri as Prime Minister of Lebanon again
Saad Hariri as Prime Minister of Lebanon again The Lebanese politician Saad Hariri received sufficient support in the parliament and was again appointed as prime minister. Prior to this, Hariri served as the Prime Minister of the Lebanese government from 2009 to 2011 and 2016 to 2018.
According to the latest Reuters report, after consulting with President Michel Aoun, Hariri won the support of a majority of parliamentarians and was elected prime minister of the Lebanese government.
According to reports, after being re-elected as Prime Minister of Lebanon, Hariri will face the challenge of reorganizing the cabinet to solve the domestic banking crisis, exchange rate collapse, rising poverty rate and national debt problems. In addition, the new government must also deal with the crisis of a surge in domestic cases of new crown infections and the consequences of the August explosion in Beirut port, which killed nearly 200 people and caused billions of dollars in damage.
According to a previous report by Xinhua News Agency, Hariri announced his resignation on October 29, 2019 after he was elected prime minister in 2018. He also said that he has been trying to find a solution in the face of people calling for the government to resign, but now he has “no choice.” . At the same time, he also called on all parties and people in Lebanon to maintain national peace and stability and prevent the deterioration and even collapse of the Lebanese economy.