Prime Minister Najib Miqati will make a serious attempt to resume Cabinet sessions, as soon as he returns from Rome, MP Ali Darwish said.
Darwish told Voice of Lebanon, in a radio interview that “Miqati has given all parties some time to see for themselves “the urgent need” for resuming Cabinet sessions.
According to Darwish the Baabda meeting between Miqati, President Michel Aoun and Speaker Nabih Berri “is supposed to create a positive atmosphere in the coming days.”
Well informed sources have also told al-Joumhouria newspaper that the talks between Aoun, Berri and Miqati were “calm and transparent.”
The three leaders agreed on the need to intensify consultations in the coming days and to quickly resolve the “abnormal situation in the country,” the sources said.
Media reports described the talks as “positive,” and confirmed that “there is an intention to call for a Cabinet session, but the date has not been set yet.”