“The current technocratic government is in need of specialists to resolve the crisis!” Hakim wrote on Twitter.
“A government to avoid vacuum that is analogous to one; a government with confidence that lacks people and the international community’s vote of confidence. So how could it possibly be productive?” he questioned.
“No change was perceived since before the caretaker cabinet’s term. Prices increase, drowning economy, Lebanese pound exchange rate manipulation, lack of accountability… and the citizen is faced with even more coercion and collapse,” he slammed.