“Lebanon is not a bankrupt country and policies have not changed for years,” said MP Fouad Makhzoumi in an interview with “Voice of Lebanon” Radio Channel on Sunday, adding that citizens’ moves ought to be under economic headlines in order to impose real solutions.

“The movement in the street is normal, and there is no real conspiracy against the mandate, and if there are no real reforms, no money will come from Cedar,” he added, regretting that “there is no real intention to reform.”

“If real popular movements take place under the slogan of saving the economic situation and real pressure, there will be true change,” Makhzoumi maintained.

He added: “There is no possibility to change the government, for all parties want the equation to which they contributed.”

“The international pressure on Lebanon is to force Hezbollah to retreat inside and not to interfere with regional issues in Syria and elsewhere,” Makhzoumi went on, stressing that “Lebanon is not far from what is happening in the region and is concerned with the changes that will occur.”

“The government must take responsibility in line with its ministerial statement, of which little has been implemented,” concluded Makhzoumi.

Source: National News Agency

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'Lebanon is not a bankrupt country and policies have not changed for years,' said MP Fouad Makhzoumi in an interview with 'Voice of Lebanon' Radio Channel on Sunday, adding that citizens' moves ought to be under economic headlines in order to impose real solutions.'The movement in the street is...