A heated quarrel regarding the judges’ strike erupted between a number of lawmakers and Premier Saad Hariri during Thursday’s parliamentary session, Lebanon’s National News Agency (NNA) reported today.

As a result of this heated quarrel, the Speaker of Parliament Nabih Berri ordered the halt of today’s live broadcast, the NNA report added.

In details, Hariri concluded his intervention at parliament, today, with comments on the strike that was held by the Lebanese judges regarding the budget bill.

Hariri said he had no desire to tackle the reasons behind the failure to address the judges’ crisis.

“It is known to everybody that the reasons are political,” he said, refusing to broach the issue..

Berri then ordered to halt the live broadcast of the session.

Source: NNA

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