Qassem says govt. formation essential, urges compromises
Hezbollah deputy chief Sheikh Naim Qassem on Thursday stressed that the formation of a new government is “something essential and fundamental,” urging the parties to offer compromises.
“The government’s formation is considered something essential and fundamental, because without a government nothing can change in this situation and things might deteriorate further,” Qassem said.
Accusing the “opposition” of seeking to block any “achievement” during the current period, Hezbollah number two said “this totally concurs with the U.S. stance and opinion,” which is also “seeking to block any achievement during this period, pending the end of the current presidential term.”
“Hezbollah wants the government to be formed and it advises that we make as much compromises as possible, because any government formed would be better than no government, and because some of the achievements that it might make in this period might be a prelude to exiting the crisis,” Qassem went on to say.