Will a new government end unrest in Lebanon? SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOt0Fydz6ec&list=PLEpCgrnIa3x79OI2TUrTrRKM8991rvMxY&index=4&t=0s : Lebanon could soon have a new Prime Minister after the main political players reportedly reached an agreement.
It’s almost a month since protests erupted across Lebanon. Yet a solution to the political crisis hasn’t been reached.
There’s some hope for a new government, after three parties nominated the former finance minister to be the next leader.
But that decison’s led to people protesting outside Mohammad Safadi’s house, calling him a thief.
And demonstrators are still blocking roads in Beirut. They want the political system overhauled and the economy, and their lives, to improve.
So, is a new government the answer?
And what about the calls to change the entire political system?
Presenter: Dareen Abughaida
Kamel Wazne, political analyst and economist.
Jamil Mouawad, political lecturer at the American University of Beirut.
Habib Battah, independent journalist and founder of news website Beirut Report.
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