People have been screaming it on the streets for months, and writing it on the walls, and posting on social media from facts to comments to memes.
But wasn’t it his job, and that of the president who swore once upon a time, to stop the corruption?
On a side note (or maybe not), Diab was the third Prime Minister to serve during Aoun’s mandate, and leave the scene.
What happens next is another story. For now, people are having a moment to unleash their sarcasm. Here are some of the very first reactions:
Translating Diab’s speech
You’d have to know the reference to get this excuse, “They didn’t let me.”
Diab talked about corruption, “without naming” anyone…
“You will not be missed”
Stating the facts
“There is little to celebrate”
Remembering that the fight is not over
And the protests continue with a goal
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