Michelle Funfoto: Dalati Nohra / Reuters
Lebanon denied the news of the death of President Michel Aoun and called them “stuffing”. This was told in its press-service, RIA Novosti reported.
“[We deny] all the rumors, not having any special reason. They are aimed at making troubles in society”, — stated in the message. The press service added that such “distractions” are breaking the law, so the security service will investigate and will take action against those who issued such statements.
We are talking about messages that were distributed on may 24. They had described a sharp deterioration in the health of the Aun. Users of social networks suspected that the President had died.
The last time Lebanon was faced with a severe “triple crisis” in the country already have passed the first food riots. According to Prime Minister Hassan Diab, this situation for three reasons: the wrong policy for many years, the economic crisis and the pandemic of coronavirus. Authorities have imposed a state quarantine that has exacerbated existing problems. The Prime Minister in his article asked the United States and Europe provide support to the entire Middle East.
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