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World: Lebanon: The Mikati Government has been meeting for the first time since three months

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in Lebanon, the Council Ministers meets Monday, January 24th in the morning after more than three months of blocking due to political divergences concerning the dual explosion survey of the Port of Beirut, in August 2020. This meeting intervenes, while the socio-economic collapse of the country continues for more than two years.

With our correspondent in Beirut, Paul Khalifeh

formed on September 10th , the Government of Najib Mikati has not been convened since October 12, because of the refusal of its Shiite components to take part in the meetings. Hezbollah and the Amal Movement required the replacement of the Double Explosion Explosion Judge of the Port of Beirut , Tarek Bitar, accused of being "selective" and "politicized" . The magistrate is still in place even if his investigation is trampling. But Shiites still lifted their vet at the cabinet meeting. Their turnaround is explained by the urgency of the economic and social situation

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which is degraded from day to day . The Monday morning meeting will also be devoted to socio-economic records: provisional social assistance to civil servants, increase in daily transport allowances and other palliative measures.

The most important folder on the Council of Ministers table will, however, be the draft budget for the year 2022. Its approval is a necessary condition within the framework of the

negotiations with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Because Lebanon wants from the IMF for helping $ 10 billion to try to revive its economy. even before having been examined, the draft budget is already under the fire of criticism. It involves high taxes of taxes and taxes and no increase in wages.

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