Former Economy Minister Alain Hakim accused the government of being absent while the Lebanese are suffering.
Former Economy Minister Alain Hakim on Thursday slammed the tragic situation the Lebanese are currently going through, accusing the authority of its failure and negligence in handling people’s minimum living conditions.
“The roads are drowning with water, the prices are madly increasing, the flour is being spoiled and the medicine is vanishing,” Hakim wrote on Twitter.
“The citizen is sick with his health, money, and future while the authority is completely absent,” he said.
“There is no one to plan or even to think. No caretaker government no nothing,” he added.