Crisis-hit Lebanon's new cabinet to meet for first time - Times of India

Source: The Times of India - View Original Article
Published: Jan 22, 2020
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99% Conservative


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Military Spending
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Religious Freedom
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Sentiments

68% "UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres will work with Diab to support the reform agenda, Guterres' spokesman said in a statement, reiterating the UN's commitment ..."
51% "The heavily indebted state has been without effective government since Saad al-Hariri, Lebanon's main Sunni leader and a traditional ally of the West and ..."
-65% "The government, under Prime Minister Hassan Diab, was formed on Tuesday after the Iranian-backed Shi'ite group Hezbollah and its allies agreed on a cabinet ..."
-66% "He described forthcoming foreign currency sovereign debt maturities as a fireball.""
-69% "Protesters took to the streets of Beirut as the new government was announced and closed roads in several cities using tyres and other make-shift ..."


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

68% : UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres will work with Diab to support the reform agenda, Guterres' spokesman said in a statement, reiterating the UN's commitment to strengthening Lebanon's sovereignty, stability and political independence.
51% : The heavily indebted state has been without effective government since Saad al-Hariri, Lebanon's main Sunni leader and a traditional ally of the West and Gulf Arab states, quit as premier in October following widespread protests against politicians who have led Lebanon into its worst crisis since the 1975-90 war.
35% : The government, under Prime Minister Hassan Diab, was formed on Tuesday after the Iranian-backed Shi'ite group Hezbollah and its allies agreed on a cabinet of 20 specialists.
34% : He described forthcoming foreign currency sovereign debt maturities as "a fireball".
31% : Protesters took to the streets of Beirut as the new government was announced and closed roads in several cities using tyres and other make-shift barriers.

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