Parliament s Public Works and Transport Committee followed up on the flooding controversy that hit Beirut earlier this month. (The Daily Star/Lebanese Parliament, HO)
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In the latest meeting held after Beirut's Ramlet al-Baida was flooded with sewage and rainwater, the committee met at Parliament in the presence of caretaker Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk, State Prosecutor Judge Samir Hammoud, former Prime Minister Tammam Salam, Beirut Governor Ziad Chebib and Beirut Mayor Jamal Itani.The committee's head MP Nazih Najem said among the decisions made was an agreement between the committee and the officials present to implement a comprehensive treatment plan for Beirut's sewage system.
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