MP Mohammad Qabbani. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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There is no drastic solution to the crisis of chronic electricity cuts in Lebanon as long as there are "corrupt ministers" in the government, MP Mohammad Qabbani, head of the parliamentary Public Works, Transport, Energy and Water Committee, said Tuesday.Qabbani said the committee has decided to launch a workshop before the end of the summer devoted to the electricity crisis in an attempt to find a solution to the long-enduring power cuts, especially severe rationing in the summer.The power situation is much worse in Beirut's eastern and southern suburbs, where electricity supply does not exceed eight hours per day.Power cuts are frequent in Lebanon during the summer.
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