It’s back to square one for Lebanon’s deepening political crisis.
The prime Minister-Designate has resigned again after failing to form a new government.
And as Saad Hariri and President Michel Aoun trade blame, the country sinks deeper into economic turmoil.
The currency has lost 95 percent of its value since 2019, pushing many Lebanese into poverty.
International donors are frustrated at the lack of progress on reforms.
So is there a political will to end Lebanon’s political deadlock?