Tourism Minister Michel Pharaon uttered surprise, in an interview with the Voice of Lebanon 100.3-100.5 radio station, over “fabricating problematic about administrative matters that govern the work of the security services, as the telecom data or the allocations (…), whether for the State Security Service, or any other security institution.”
“For this reason we asked to debate this matter at the cabinet session,” he explained, stressing that allocations are the right of the institution to be able to carry out its tasks.
Pharaon stressed that ending the crisis of the State Security apparatus must be done administratively. “Procrastination will be considered politically-generated,” he said.
Source: National News Agency