Details of what happened at the Hariri meeting and the leaders of “Hezbollah”
While the Lebanese consultations are still stalled, Al-Liwa newspaper revealed the content of the meeting that brought together the caretaker Prime Minister Saad Hariri and Hezbollah's envoy.
The newspaper said that the "political aide to the Secretary-General of the" Hezbollah "Hussein Khalil, told Hariri during a meeting yesterday, that the party supports the formation of a government of 18 ministers headed equally between Muslims and Christians, as follows: 4 Sunni ministers, 4 Shiite ministers, and Druze One, 9 Christians as follows: 4 Maronites, two Orthodox, one Catholic, one representing Armenians, another representing popular movement.
"Hezbollah did not mind that the new government would be made up of technocrat ministers," she said.
For its part, the Lebanese newspaper "Al-Binaa" said that "the political endeavors, which began with Hariri and Foreign Minister Gebran and Basil, and moved to a meeting with Hariri and Lebanese President Michel Aoun on Thursday, are still stalled, as talk about a government not headed by Hariri and does not include Basil Hariri is not accepted, and talk of a government headed by Hariri does not include Basil does not receive Aoun's acceptance.
Earlier, Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri insisted on his insistence on naming Hariri to head the new government.
It is expected that the Secretary-General of the "Hezbollah" Hassan Nasrallah address on the occasion of Martyrs Day next Monday, addressing the overall political situation in [size=13]Lebanon and the region.
It is noteworthy that Hariri submitted the resignation of his government on October 29 against the backdrop of continued protests against the poor economic conditions.