she saw The political body of the “Free Patriotic Movement” The birth of the government gave the Lebanese hope that the country would enter a phase of relative stability and stop the collapse. As for the rise and restoration of confidence, they require the government to assume its responsibilities by developing and implementing a financial recovery plan and carrying out reforms, starting with criminal auditing, restructuring the banking sector, preserving depositors’ money, distributing losses fairly and setting a transparent and realistic budget. For 2022, it takes into account the adoption of radical financial reforms, provided that the House of Representatives accompany this by approving the laws of capital control, revealing the accounts of those in charge of public service, and recovering the money smuggled abroad.”
And she confirmed, in a statement, after her periodic meeting electronically, headed by Representative Gebran Bassil, that “the current will follow up these issues with the government and pursue everything related to providing the social safety net by starting to work with the financing card and supporting employees in parallel with lifting subsidies and providing the maximum amount of energy from The way of the EDL after lies were exposed and it became clear that the real waste is in preventing the capabilities of EDL to produce electricity and draining the reserves by purchasing diesel for generators, not to mention the rising bills for generators that citizens cannot afford, and this is all as a result of the political discontent that prevents reforming the electricity sector from before the assembly of a parliamentary majority.”
And it considered that “Israel’s undertaking of any gas activity, extractive and production work in the disputed area north of Line 29, is an attack on Lebanon, which requires taking executive measures to preserve the borders and rights in full.”
And she stressed “the importance of holding the parliamentary elections on time and in accordance with the current law, including the right of the expatriates to vote and representation in their place of residence, and to preserve their right to elect six representatives to represent them,” declaring “its rejection of any attempt to strike this right under any pretext, and serious consideration must be given to the approval of Biometric voting, and the establishment of megacenters, which facilitates the electoral process and encourages citizens, residing and scattered, to vote freely and transparently, away from any pressures.
She also stressed, “the need for the judiciary and security forces to carry out their duties in pursuing wanted persons who are fugitives from justice and accused of smuggling and storing petroleum and nitrates. And let all those concerned put themselves at the disposal of the investigation.”
And she announced that “the current is making the necessary contacts with those concerned to secure the abundant export of the apple season, this year, from which thousands of Lebanese live from its financial returns, and it is doing everything necessary to secure the fuels necessary for the process of preserving and cooling it.”