Learn about the cabinet lineup proposed by Saad Hariri before he apologized and ignited Lebanon | A homeland tweeting outside the flock


The Lebanese Al-Jadeed channel published the names of the ministers proposed by Saad Hariri to Lebanese President Michel Aoun, before he formally apologized for the task of forming a government.

According to the Al-Jadeed channel website, the list of names is as follows:

Prime Minister Saad Hariri is of the Sunni sect.

4 bags of the Sunni sect, headed by Saad Hariri

Walid Abboud, Ministry of Interior and Municipalities.

– Ministry of Health, Firas Al-Abyad.

– Ministry of Justice, Lubna Maskawi.

– Ministry of Environment, Nasser Yassin.

5 bags of Shiite doctrine

– Ministry of Finance Youssef Khalil.

Ibrahim Shahrour, Ministry of Public Works and Transport.

The Ministry of Labor, Maya Kanaan.

Abdullah Nasr Al-Din, Ministry of Administrative Development.

– Ministry of Culture, Jihad Mortada.

Two bags for the Druze sect

The Ministry of Education for Abbas Halabi and Fouad Hassan in the Ministry of Immigration.

12 seats for the Christian community

5 of them belong to the Maronite sect, divided by Fadia Kiwan in foreign affairs, Firas Abi Nassif in communications, Lara Hanna in agriculture, and Salim Hani in social affairs.

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As for the Roman portfolios, Hariri chose Joe Sadi as the prime minister’s deputy, Antoine Shadid in defense, and Saadeh Al-Shami in the economy.

Hariri presented Carole Ayat to the Ministry of Energy, and Fadi Samaha for industry, for the portfolios of Catholics.

He also gave one seat to the Armenians, which is to the Youth and Sports portfolio in the name of Karapet Selikhanian, and Jo Mila to the Ministry of Information on Minorities.

Yesterday, Hariri announced his apology for forming the government, after he presented a government formation of 24 specialist ministers, according to the French initiative and according to the initiative of Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri.

Lebanon is currently facing what the World Bank describes as the worst economic crisis the world has witnessed in a century and a half; The financial situation has deteriorated since the fall of 2019, and the national currency has depreciated more than 10 times against the US dollar, which has led to an increase in the prices of unsubsidized products by more than 400%.

This comes at a time of increasing shortages in medicines, gasoline and electricity, as a result of the decline in foreign currency reserves in the Central Bank.

The crisis was exacerbated by the failure to form the new Lebanese government, despite the appointment of the leader of the Future Movement, Saad Hariri, to form it more than 7 months ago, due to its collision with obstacles in the distribution of ministerial quotas and the political balance in Lebanon.

The international community has repeatedly affirmed its readiness to provide financial assistance to Lebanon, linking this to the formation of the new government and the approval and implementation of economic and financial reforms.

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