Najib Mikati: Will the Prime Minister-designate in Lebanon succeed in forming a government? – Arabic newspapers

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Lebanese Prime Minister-designate Najib Mikati

Arab newspapers discussed the future of the political and economic scene in Lebanon, in light of the efforts of Prime Minister-designate Najib Mikati to form a government.

A book expressed their fear of the “obstacles” facing the formation of the government, while some expressed optimism about Mikati’s success in his mission.

“a glimmer of hope”

Al-Ain news website said: “Attention remains focused on what Mikati’s mission will be, and whether it will be facilitated, or will he face political pitfalls, similar to the complications that his predecessor faced in assigning Saad Hariri, which led to his apology as a result of the race for ministerial quotas, especially By the Covenant team represented by the President of the Republic and his son-in-law, Representative Gebran Bassil.

In the Lebanese newspaper Al-Modon, Mounir Al-Rabea praised the “wave of spreading a positive atmosphere about the formation of the government, but he saw that” the political realities do not bode well for that… The pace of the movement of Prime Minister-designate Najib Mikati is accelerating in his meetings with the President of the Republic, and he is keen to coordinate and communicate with him. But the outstanding issues remain unchanged: how to distribute the portfolios, the naming mechanism, and the Ministries of Justice and Interior.

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