The Lebanese National Bloc party reiterated its position on the necessity of separating government work such as the economic state of the country and the living conditions of its citizens, a full-time job if done correctly, from the tense political bickering that the Bloc believes should be solved through dialogue in parliament with all Lebanese political parties and civil society representatives.
The Lebanese National Bloc stressed the importance of dialogue within the House of Representatives with enforceable resolutions that are committed to ending the status quo and moving Lebanon to a new sovereign stage.
In a statement today, the Bloc warned that political strife within the government is disrupting productivity at a time when many important issues are on the table. The Bloc pointed out that this internal political conflict has manifested itself in the following issues: Lebanese-Syrian relations and the Syrian refugee crisis, the dispute over who should participate in the "Brussels III Conference", as well as in the blatant failure to solve the “Cedre” matter.
Despite the National Bloc’s call to form a national rescue government and its insistence on this position, it calls for a dialogue within the House of Representatives with enforceable resolutions that are committed to ending the status quo and moving Lebanon to a new sovereign stage.