Hezbollah leader Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah has said that Lebanon’s next government would guarantee true partnership among the country’s political parties.
Addressing a graduation ceremony in Lebanon, he pointed out that the formation process of the new government had reached its final steps, a Lebanese newspaper reported.
According to the Daily Star, Nasrallah said the next government should deal with the ‘people’s pressing priorities, rather than the priorities of foreign powers’.
“It may take some time, however, we are on the right track,” Hezbollah’s leader said.
This is while the Amal Movement has also expressed optimism about the probable formation of the government within the next few days.
Both Speaker Nabih Berri and Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri said Wednesday that Lebanese politicians have agreed on the shape of a new national unity cabinet and will complete the allocation of ministerial portfolios within days.