It stressed that this would require “the formation of a homogeneous government that develops a rational plan that would be the basis for negotiations with the International Monetary Fund and allow the liberalization of aid and investments.”
The fact that Lebanon has still not formed a rescue government is another critical issue hindering the French initiative and the help from the international community, which is urgently needed to avoid a complete collapse.
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