Miqati’s Cabinet to Hold Sessions Twice a Week over ‘Accumulated’ Issuesإقرأ هذا الخبر بالعربية
Prime Minister Najib Miqati’s cabinet would most probably hold sessions twice a week to compensate for the five-month political deadlock that left major issues unsolved, ministerial sources told An Nahar daily on Thursday.
There has been a massive accumulation of daily, managerial and economic problems, the sources said.
Among the major issues waiting cabinet decisions are the renewal of Central Bank governor Riyadh Salameh’s mandate and several administrative appointments.
After five months of deliberations, Miqati on Monday announced the formation of a 30-member government in which Hizbullah and its allies hold a majority.