Lebanon’s parliament has delayed a session to discuss the 2020 budget to January 27-28 after being set for January 22-23, Lebanese media reported on Tuesday.
Lebanon is hoping to reduce its budget deficit and push through economic reforms amid a deep financial crisis. It has been without a government since Saad Hariri resigned as premier on October 29 in the face of mass protests.
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