Where are the gasoline prices going?

The gasoline prices have been significantly increasing over the past few weeks, and have reached today 35,600L.L and 36,200L.L for 95-octane  and 98-octane respectively.

I wonder why all politicians are silent about the matter now while a year ago Gebran Bassil and Raya El-Hassan were “competing” to cut the flaming prices by 5,000L.L!

Anyway, I hope we’re not heading towards paying 40,000L.L/20 liters anytime soon!

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4 Responses to Where are the gasoline prices going?

  1. P. February 29, 2012 at 9:21 pm #

    Because I guess that they had already a lot of internal fights in the current government …

  2. Gilles March 2, 2012 at 4:44 am #

    They are going up everywhere. Here in Canada a liter costs 1.35 cents which is equivalent to $27 (~41,000 L.L.) lal tanki.

  3. Jean Claude March 2, 2012 at 11:58 am #

    اين هو الشعب اللبناني اين هو الشعب الفقير الذي لم يشعر بغلاء البنزين والعاز والمازوت، هل هم قادرون على دفع هذا المقدار من امواله الطائلة، يكفي نوم يكفي سكون يكفي سكوت، هل انتم مقتنعون بهذه الاسعار هل تتدفؤون على الغاز او على الفحم، هل تستعملون المازوت او الماء للتدفئة، إذا عرض عليكم التظاهرات بمبلغ 10 $ يكفيكم للتدفئة لاولادكم سادعوكم للتظاهر ضد 14 اذآر او 8 اذآر بهذا المبلغ، انا اكيد بانكم ستركضون للتظاهر، اما إذا دعوتكم للمطالبة بحقوقكم المشروعة بالعيش الاقل من الكريم فلن تردوا علي لانني رجل خرفان لا يعرف مصلحته………….؟

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