Hariri says persistence of confrontations between the army, security forces and protesters yields no solution

Sun 19 Jan 2020 at 16:56 Twitter

NNA – Caretaker Prime Minister Saad Hariri considered in a tweet on Sunday that “the persisting confrontations between the army, security forces and the demonstrators denote turning around in the problem, and not a solution.”

“There is a way to calm the popular storm. Stop wasting time, form a government, and open the door for political and economic solutions,” confirmed Hariri.

In a word to the people of Tripoli and the North, Hariri regretted what was said about bringing in young men in their name to perform acts of violence in the capital yesterday. “I know that the dignity of Beirut is entrusted by Rafic Hariri in you, and you are the line of defense for its safety, and the conscience of popular movements and their kind facets,” he said, urging them to be aware of individuals of bad influence and intentions.

Hariri prayed for the safety of Lebanon and the Lebanese, saying: “We ask the Lord Almighty to grant all the injured speedy recovery and safety, and to spare our country the danger of falling into sedition.”



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