The Lebanese caretaker prime minister called on the council of ministers to convene at the Grand Serail in Beirut on Monday morning despite the political objections.
The Grand Serail published the ministerial session’s agenda as items concentrate mainly on the daily life issues of the Lebanese citizens, which may be the pretext used by Mikati to call on a caretaker government to convene.
The Lebanese Constitution stipulates that the caretaker government can convene if the session is necessary to face the nation’s circumstances.
According to Al-Manar News Bulletin, MP Ghassan Atallah, affiliated with the Free Patriotic Movement, rejected the call and considered that Mikati is committing a constitutional violation.
Al-Manar indicated that Hezbollah has not taken its final decision pertaining attending the government session, adding that the Party is holding consultations with the allies to resolve this dispute.
Source: Al-Manar English Website