The “Liberation and Development” Parliamentary bloc on Wednesday held its periodic meeting, headed by House Speaker, Nabih Berri, during which they discussed the bloc’s position in regards to tomorrow’s binding parliamentary consultations to nominate a prime minister designate.
The meeting also broached the current general daily living, economic and health conditions in the country.
In a statement issued by the Bloc in the wake of the meeting and read out by MP Qassem Hashem, it said, “in reference to tomorrow’s binding parliamentary consultations, the bloc affirms its adherence to and respect for the constitutional rules and principles in the premiership designation and cabinet formation process, and accordingly the bloc will announce the name of its premiership candidate following its set meeting with the President of the Republic tomorrow afternoon.”
The bloc also hoped that the consultations will lead to the formation of a national unity government capable of facing the challenges that impact the Lebanese, especially at the economic, health and financial levels.
The bloc also called for a government that takes into account the national and spiritual balance in the country.
Source: National News Agency