Qardahi calls on the Lebanese media not to host the missionaries of “hell”

Amman Today

publish date 2021-09-12 14:45:05

On Sunday, the new Lebanese Minister of Information, George Kordahi, called on his country’s media not to host politicians and analysts who promise Lebanon “hell.”

This came in a statement to reporters at Beirut airport, upon his arrival in Lebanon from the UAE, two days after the announcement of the formation of the new Lebanese government.

“I want the media to refrain from hosting politicians and analysts who always promise us hell,” Qardahi said. without naming them.

He added: “Some of the geniuses and analysts who appeared on the media screens during the past two days and analyzed the formation of the government and the quotas (..) let them allow us to work and calm down a little.”

He went on to say, “Lebanon, as Prime Minister Najib Mikati described it, as a plane that makes an emergency landing,” describing some of the comments on the formation of the new government as “shameful and flawed.”

Qardahi, 71, is a well-known media figure in Lebanon and the Arab world, and worked as a journalist for Monte Carlo Radio in Paris, but his wide fame gained from presenting the famous competition program “Who Will Win a Million” on MBC.

And on Friday, the Lebanese government headed by Najib Mikati was formed after 13 months of stumbling after the resignation of the caretaker government headed by Hassan Diab on August 10, 2020, 6 days after a catastrophic explosion in the port of Beirut.

The Lebanese hope that the new government will put an end to the severe economic crisis that has hit the country since late 2019, which led to a financial collapse and a record rise in poverty rates, as well as a shortage of fuel, medicine and other basic commodities.


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