Lebanon's Supreme Judicial Council will meet on Tuesday with Judge Tarek Bitar, who is investigating the blast in Lebanon, to hear his views on the progress of the investigation, he said today in a Twitter post. LBCI TV station.
The justice investigation into the August 4, 2020 explosion, which has historically been recorded as one of the largest non-nuclear explosions, has made little progress.
The little progress of the investigation is due to a campaign to tarnish Bitar, but also to its repulsion from ruling factions in Lebanon, with Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah declaring that Bitar is biased and politicized.
Meanwhile, Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati said "the government has no intention of getting involved in any justice-related dossier," according to a statement issued by his office today.