The Prime Minister Of Lebanon, Mustapha Adib, Resigned
The Prime Minister of Lebanon, Mustapha Adib, has announced his resignation, informs television channel "al Arabiya." It's worth noting that the reason was "political deadlock" due to the formation of a new government.
Mr. Adib said he was relieving himself of the "task of forming a government" after meeting with Lebanese President Michel Aoun.
Mustafa Adib was appointed as Prime Minister on August 31. In the past, he was an Ambassador to Germany. The President instructed Mustafa Adib To form a new government. His candidacy was supported by all the leaders of the Sunni community in Lebanon, and he also received the support of the parliamentary majority.
The previous Prime Minister of Lebanon, Hassan Diab, took up the post in January. But on August 10, his government resigned amid protests that broke out in Lebanon after the explosions in the port of Beirut. The victims of the tragedy were 190 people.