Member of the of Gas Station Owners’ Syndicate, Georges Brax said on his Twitter account, “The gas station owners are not money exchange dealers.”
The policy of obligating them to buy fuels in unstable dollars and selling it to them in Lebanese Pounds, will bring back the crises and queues.”
He added: “We have been warning for several months, and sounding alarm, but no one is hearing us, and buying and selling should be in LBP only.”
It is noteworthy that yesterday the price of gasoline 95 and 98 octane decreased by 2,200 Lebanese pounds, and diesel oil decreased by 11,600 pounds, while gas decreased by 9,800 pounds.
The prices became as follows:
Gasoline 95: 375,600 LBP.
Gasoline 98: 388,400 LBP.
Diesel: 398,400 LBP.
Gas: 349,700 LBP