1 Lebanese President, Michel Aoun, on Thursday reiterated his commitment to achieving justice for the victims of the explosions that rocked the Beirut port in 2020.
“I assure the families of the victims that I am committed to achieving justice by revealing the complete truth through an impartial judicial process away from any fraud, discretion or injustice.
2 “I will hold accountable all those who are involved, because no one is above the law,” Aoun said on the second anniversary of the tragic explosions.
4 “We will not reach justice without punishing the criminals.
6 The families of the port blast victims on Thursday held a march in memory of their lost loved ones demanding authorities continue investigations into the accident.
7 The Beirut port was rocked by two big explosions on Aug. 4, 2020, killing over 200 people and wounding more than 6,000 others.
8 The blasts destroyed a big part of the city and had negative repercussions on the country’s economy.
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