Lebanon PM Quits: "We are witnessing the end of an era"


Lebanon’s prime minister stepped down from his job on August 10 in the wake of the disastrous Beirut port explosion that triggered public fury, saying he has come to the conclusion that corruption in Lebanon is “bigger than the state.” Nadim Houry, executive director of Arab Reform Initiative, was France 24 guest. "We are witnessing the end of an era", he said.


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