After a nearly one-hour power cut, Hezbollah provided two generators to the UNESCO Palace to secure electricity in its headquarters hosting the parliamentary session held to vote on granting vote to the new government.
In details, MP Ibrahim Al-Moussawi clarified that, due to the power outage, he was consulted pertaining Hezbollah ability to provide the UNESCO Palace with the electric power.
MP Moussawi added that he contacted Hezbollah command in Beirut which, in turn, dispatched two generators provided with diesel oil.
After the arrival of the two generators, the public power service was provided to the UNESCO Palace. The two generators were kept on standby in order to be re-used in case of any new power outage.
Source: Al-Manar English Website