Former Kataeb lawmaker Elias Hankache on Monday deemed the testimonies of the Beirut blast victims’ families as painful, saying that the biggest disaster is that one year has passed and nothing has changed yet.
“The testimonies of the Beirut blast victims are painful. For that reason, we did not accept for our lives to be the same after the explosion,” Hankache wrote on Twitter.
“We wanted August 4th to be a divided line so we can put an end for the Lebanese’ sufferings. Thus we have resigned from the Parliament as a result of city and the party’s headquarters destruction, the loss of our comrades and the 206 victims,” he said.