Bassil from Panama: Cabinet formation obligatory path to new electoral law approval

Caretaker Foreign Affairs Minister, Gibran Bassil, said, “True that we elected a new President who is purely made in Lebanon, yet that isn’t enough but should find a complete term by forming a government which is an obligatory channel to approving a new electoral law – something that boosts political stability in Lebanon.”

Minister Bassil’s stance came Wednesday from Panama as he met with Panama’s Foreign Minister, Isabel Saint Malo de Alvarado, with both of them stressing on the necessity to strengthen bilateral ties, especially at the political and economic levels.

Bassil renewed his call upon Lebanese in Panama to visit Lebanon, invest in it, and work together for gaining back their Lebanese citizenship.

Finally, Bassil visited the Lebanese school where Lebanese people learn the Arabic language, near the Arab House in Panama.