“The atmosphere is not for a dialogue table, and in Lebanon we have never gone to a dialogue table until after a war,” Rabih Al-Haber, General Manager of Statistics Lebanon and the publisher of the “Lebanon Files” website, said.
In a television interview, Al-Haber noted that “The parliamentary elections will not be canceled, and the silent battle has begun and may turn into a tumultuous battle.”
He stressed that “not holding elections means standing up to the international community, which will cut off money, air and money from us.”
Al-Habr continued: “In the year 2022, we will have mercy on the year 2021.”
Regarding the financial and economic situation, he said: “Whoever brought us here is not the governor of the Banque du Liban, as he implements the government’s policy, and the state must determine the exchange rate of the dollar.”
Al-Haber added: “The financing card has literally flown, and it is expected to raise the official dollar price to 6000 pounds, but unifying the exchange rate is out of the question.”