Lebanon Worsens Under Caretaker Government

Lebanese President Michel Aoun, center background, and Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati, left background, head a Cabinet meeting at the presidential palace, in Baabda, east of Beirut, May 20, 2022. (Dalati Nohra/Lebanese government photo)

It’s been over six weeks since Lebanon’s president left office. The parliament has failed to elect a new one, despite meeting nine times.

This isn’t the first time Lebanon has gone without a President, says Camille Melki with Heart for Lebanon. “In fact, this is the third time we have had an extended vacuum in the top role of our Lebanese leadership. Now, the difference this year from all others is that we are also without a prime minister and without a ruling government. So basically, we have a vacuum in all the executive levels.”

“We have a caretaker government that is not allowed to convene by the constitution.”

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