MP Chamel Roukoz called on officials Sunday to form a mini-government of competent ministers who would be capable of implementing a financial, economic, social and administrative reform program.
"I call for forming a mini-government comprised of competent specialists able to work immediately on solving the country's crises," Roukoz said during an interview to "Voice of Lebanon" Radio Station.
Commenting on Syria's return to the Arab League, the MP deemed that this would not take place in the context of the Arab Socio-Economic Summit, but rather at the Arab Summit in Tunisia.
The MP also insisted on restoring firm relations with Syria.
Finally, Roukoz called for adopting administrative decentralization as a solution to the crisis of the regime.
Source: National News Agency