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Lebanese newspapers: There are no political contacts to break the deadlock over the government formation file


The Lebanese newspapers published this morning, Wednesday, confirmed that Lebanon has entered a state of political stalemate, as no credible contacts have been recorded between the concerned political forces to get the file of the formation of the new government out of the circle of systematic disruption and political tension, amid expectations that the crisis will continue until after the Eid al-Fitr holiday. Despite the exacerbation of living and economic crises.


"Al-Nahar, Al-Gomhoria, Nidaa Al-Watan, Al-Liwa and Al-Sharq" newspapers reported that the increasingly negative facts and developments related to the economic, financial, monetary and social conditions in Lebanon portend disastrous results under the weight of the intransigence of the political authority and the obstruction of the formation of the new government.


She indicated that the muted talk about the existence of new contacts and initiatives on the government file is nothing more than analysis and speculation that are not based on any concrete facts on the ground, and that the reconciliation projects between Lebanese President Michel Aoun and Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri and Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri, what Mere ideas remain unworkable unless the coming hours bring about an event that has become impossible to achieve.


Newspapers warned that Lebanon has entered a phase of rapid collapse that affects all walks of life, noting that the increasing power outages, which will worsen in the middle of this month, will bring the country to a stage of "total darkness" in addition to the great scarcity of fuel and the acute shortage of most medicines. Citizens need it as well as daily food, and with it varieties of meat and poultry.


For its part, Nidaa Al-Watan newspaper quoted unnamed sources as saying that Lebanese President Michel Aoun is still sticking to his tough stance towards the government formation process, and he does not show any flexibility or cooperation towards mediators who are trying to "turn the corners" between him and the Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri, referring to Aoun is laying out alternative scenarios for "commissioning and authoring", based on his conviction that Hariri's apology for not writing is only a matter of time.

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