Karadeniz Powership Fatmagul Sultan docks at the newly set wave breaker in front of Lebanon's main electricity plant of Zouk on February 26, 2013. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
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Last month, ministers endorsed a plan to secure temporary electricity for Lebanon while power plants are built – in the apparent fourth revival of a thrice-failed plan. The endorsement, part of a 13-point plan agreed by ministers, is not different to any plan put forward, Energy Minister Cesar Abi Khalil – the man who drafted the plans – recently told The Daily Star. "When you go to the wrong address it is just that you're making a media fuss about it, you're not following a legal path, because you know very well you cannot meet the conditions," Abi Khalil said.This, however, is precisely what companies complained about – that the tender book was so tight, they were unable to meet the requirements.
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