Serhat TUNAR -TDO- As it is known, the deepening of the political and economic crisis in Lebanon after the Beirut Port explosions on August 4 forced the former cabinet to resign. Prime Minister Mustapha Adip, who was tasked by President Michel Aoun to form the government, resigned.

Mustapha Adip said on Saturday that his work to form a cabinet made up entirely of technocrats had not been met by political groups, and he said he could not continue with the task of forming a government.

In a written statement from the presidency, Mustapha Adip announced that he had left the post to the President Aoun after sharing the difficulties and obstacles he faced during the work of forming a government.

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