The Council of Ministers of Lebanon, headed by the Prime Minister and appointed by the President, is the executive body of the nation. It oversees daily affairs and prepares bills for the parliament to vote on.

Since 2019, the country has been ailing. It has endured multiple crises, an economic collapse and rising political instability. The Lebanese Pound has lost 90 per cent of its value, eroding the ability of people to access essential goods, including food, shelter, and healthcare. Without a stable government, the country and its efforts to rebuild are currently rudderless.

Therefore, the deliberations of this committee will take place to discuss reforms that will ensure political stability in the country and revive its feeble economy thereby determining the future of the Lebanese Republic.

Agenda: Classified

Freeze Date: 4th August, 2020