Premiership's Press Office issued a statement on Sunday denying recent circulated news regarding ministerial decisions and government measures.
"Some sides have been continuing for two months to promote false news through the media and social networking sites, pumping either personal or political fabrications. Moreover, these sides have recently resorted to the promotion of false news aimed at undermining the economic, financial and social stability of the country, and tampering with the future of the Lebanese and harming their interests," the statement said.
"Accordingly, the Premiership press office is keen on asserting that everything that was published about governmental measures or news related to ministerial decisions is incorrect," the statement asserted.
The statement also urged sides behind such fake news to "stop pouring their toxins into the diaries of the Lebanese, whose daily difficulties are the result of the accumulation of wrong policies that brought the country to collapse."