Elie Mahfoud, the leader of the “Change Movement,” has raised critical questions aimed at those responsible for making war decisions in Lebanon. Mahfoud inquires whether these groups have considered the financial burden of post-war reconstruction.
He emphasizes that before embarking on any destructive adventure, these decision-makers should secure essential amenities for civilians, including safe housing, medical supplies, and fully-equipped hospitals.
Mahfoud also highlights the need for securing water and oil derivatives, especially as winter approaches. He concludes by questioning whether these entities have the financial capacity to undertake the costs of rebuilding.