Published:  02:55 AM, 12 November 2019

'Solution' for Lebanon near as protests continue

'Solution' for Lebanon near as protests continue A Lebanese demonstrator holds up an old identity card during a march entitled "My Nationality, My Dignity" in the center of the capital Beirut on Sunday. -AFP

Lebanon's caretaker prime minister, Saad Hariri, is set to announce on Monday "positive signs of a solution to the issue of government formation in Lebanon, unless sudden developments occur."

That is according to Mustafa Alloush, a member of the political bureau of the Future Movement, whose comments came after Free Patriotic Movement (FPM) MP Ibrahim Kanaan suggested FPM was convinced of the formation of "a government of technocrats," reports Arab News. Ali Bazzi, of the Liberation and Development Bloc headed by Speaker Nabih Berri, stressed: "The coming hours will be critical in breaking the state of political stagnation, and the Amal Movement is helping to overcome obstacles and is open to facilitating the formation of a government that serves this country."

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