This preceded the resignation of now-caretaker Prime Minister Hassan Diab on Monday.
On that note, prior to his recent arrival in Beirut, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas stressed that Lebanon’s next government should be one that fights corruption if it wants to gain the international community’s support.
As of yet, it seems Lebanon’s political class has only attracted the world’s wrath, particularly after the Beirut explosion, which is believed to have been the direct consequence of years of mismanagement, negligence, and corruption.
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