Member of Parliament, MP Dina Jamali, said on Friday that the birth of the government was near, describing the political atmosphere in the country as "positive".
Interviewed by the Voice of Lebanon radio station, Jackson anticipated the appointment of five women ministers in the new government, indicating that Sunni representation in the cabinet was less complicated than that of Druze and Christians.
She then called for a government to be set up swiftly to resolve the economic and social problems in the country.
The lawmaker finally disclosed that the Future Movement would present two draft laws before Parliament next month, which are the a law for the integration of persons with special needs into society, and the right of Lebanese women to grant their nationality to their children.
Source: National News Agency