Qabbani said that while electricity problems are targeting all Lebanese, “complains from Beirut are the most bitter... because the recent malfunctions have been fixed in all areas except for Beirut." (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Four Beirut MPs met Thursday to discuss residents' complaints about the intensive electricity rationing in the capital and called for an immediate solution.Qabbani said Energy Minister Arthur Nazarian, whom he described "a good man," seems to be "powerless" facing the electricity problems.Lebanon experienced two total blackouts in less than 24 hours this week, while Beirut has been suffering from unusual and harsh rationing for weeks, with electricity cuts increasing from three hours per day to 12 .
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