It all goes back to the fuel shortage in Lebanon. And that essentially goes back to mismanaging, smuggling, and, yes, corruption. It’s the domino effect problems leading Lebanon deeper down the rabbit hole.
And the people are still desperately waiting for the reforms that seem more and more every day like a fantasy of an elusive wonderland.
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