The Change and Reform parliamentary bloc urged Prime Minister, Tammam Salam, to find an effective solution to the ordeal of the State Security agency, stressing that government’s decision to link security apparatuses to each other is “an achievement.”

“Relating the item on the State Security to the rest of the items relevant to the security agencies is an achievement per se, since this should prevent any discretionary interpretation,” former minister Salim Jreissati told reporters following the bloc’s regular meeting held at MP Michel Aoun’s Rabieh residence.

“The Prime Minister is asked to find an effective solution in order to curb the exacerbation of the issue,” he said.

In remarks on the unauthorized internet networks, Jreissati indicated that numerous complaints had been filed against Ogero’s Abdul Menhem Youssef. “If he was removed from his post as previously requested by our bloc, none of this would have happened.”

“Besides, the support [Youssef] is enjoying from a ministerial side has become flagrant (…) it is time to put an end to this through law enforcement,” he underlined.

Moreover, he reiterated that an new election law and the state budget were priority to the bloc, highlighting the obligation to hold onto the Constitution’s National Pact.

Jreissati, who also underscored the cracks and conflicts inside “what is left” of March 14 camp, did not fail to renew calls to join relentless efforts to venture into securing the return of displaced Syrians to their homeland.

Source: National News Agency

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The Change and Reform parliamentary bloc urged Prime Minister, Tammam Salam, to find an effective solution to the ordeal of the State Security agency, stressing that government's decision to link security apparatuses to each other is 'an achievement.' 'Relating the item on the State Security to the rest of...