Gemayel: Keeping Lebanon without a cabinet is a crime

Former Lebanese president and current Phalange Party leader Amin Gemayel said on Friday that obstructing the formation of a new cabinet “is a conspiracy against the state.”

“Keeping the country without a cabinet is a crime, especially in light of the developments in the Middle East ,” Gemayel told Future TV in a reference to the delay in the formation of a cabinet headed by Prime Minister-designate Najib Mikati.

“ Mikati’s cabinet is definitely not a rescue government.” He stressed

“There is a decision not to form the cabinet and this violates the constitution,” Gemayel said in a reference to Mikati’s statement that he decided to grant the government formation more time.

Hezbollah’s Al-Manar TV revealed today that another meeting will take place tonight between Mikati and Hezbollah Secretary-General’s Political Aide Hussein Khalil

The station also revealed that detailed discussion on the cabinet formation process took place between Mikati and Khalil, following Mikati’s talks with Speaker Berri’s aide MP Ali Hasan Khalil.

Hezbollah is reportedly creating obstacles for Mikati for insisting on including in the cabinet Faisal Karami , son of former PM Omar Karami as the representative of the Sunnis.

Hezbollah is also reportedly hiding behind MP Michel Aoun’s renewed demand for the ministry of Interior even though was agreed earlier in March that the interior ministry will go to the centrist bloc of President Suleiman, Mikati and MP Walid Jumblatt.

President Suleiman is reportedly fully aware of Aoun’s intentions and for this reason he will not allow Aoun to control the ministry of interior under any circumstances. After all, one analyst told Ya Libnan last month : “Awarding the ministry of interior to Aoun will put the whole internal security of Lebanon under Hezbollah’s direct control. Such a situation will be extremely dangerous for Lebanon and will turn Lebanon into another Gaza or Somalia .”

The The Iranian and Syrian -backed Hezbollah brought down PM Saad Hariri’s government on January 12 over the Special Tribunal for Lebanon’s (STL) imminent indictment which is widely expected to implicate Hezbollah members in the assassination of former PM Rafik Hariri in 2005

  • Crossed

    This is some bad reporting.
    “Hezbollah is also reportedly hiding behind MP Michel Aoun’s renewed demand for the ministry of Interior”

    How can you make such a claim with no proof? Ya Libnan is turning into Lebanon’s Fox news. One sided, biased reporting.

    Thankfully, many Lebanese of this generation are unlike the former. We require proof before condemnation. I would be the first to condemn HA if there was solid evidence. The lack thereof points to Hariri’s block as the real obstructors hiding behind March 8. Let’s hope Mikati will form a government soon so we can continue to build the country.

    • Ibnelkhiam

      I agree for the most part with what you are saying, but as long as Aoun and HA don’t get the interior, I am all for forming a new cabinet/government. Giving Aoun the interior would be the end of Lebanon as we know it.

    • Fadi81

      “The lack thereof points to Hariri’s block as the real obstructors hiding behind March 8”.

      Haha! thats cute….they resigned but yet maintained their positions, and now they cant form a governement because the members they back stabbed are no longer willing to be fooled?

      your logic is haywire man…

      • Crossed

        My logic is haywire? Do you know how a democracy works? Dissolving parliment is well within the rules. Isn’t that what Hariri calls for? When he won the PM post in 2009 he said “today is a victory for democracy”. Here’s a newsflash for him: It’s still democracy whether he wins or not. If March 14 “refuses to be fooled” like you said, then what’s their plan? They’re stalling the growth of Lebanon by not coming to the table with lesser roles. They need to grow up. When march 8 didn’t gain majority in 2009 what did they do? They went to the table and formed a national unity government accepting a minority position. That’s what grown-ups do, they solve problems. Hariri is acting like a baby, closing his eyes and pretending like nothing happened.

        “They resigned but yet maintained their positions” Who exactly? What country are you talking about? Lebanon has no government, no one holds any positions as of yet.

        • Fadi81

          ya your logic is haywire and your comments are a joke. Do I know what a democracy is? clearly its not what your democracy is – I blelieve in elected officials running the country not a terrorist organizations armed by foreign countries – those cowards “democraticaly” took down the elect gov to block JUSTICE for our martyrs! they took down the elected gov so they can keep their arms and continue waging ancient holy wars over our heads – you and the rest of your primitive foreign proxies operating in our country will soon be gone – tfeh

        • Fadi81

          ya your logic is haywire and your comments are a joke. Do I know what a democracy is? clearly its not what your democracy is – I blelieve in elected officials running the country not a terrorist organizations armed by foreign countries – those cowards “democraticaly” took down the elect gov to block JUSTICE for our martyrs! they took down the elected gov so they can keep their arms and continue waging ancient holy wars over our heads – you and the rest of your primitive foreign proxies operating in our country will soon be gone – tfeh

    • ghzayel

      crossed,

      “The lack thereof points to Hariri’s block as the real obstructors hiding behind March 8.”

      damned if you do and damned if you dont, “htarna ya araaa mnein badna nbousik”

      let me give you some facts that will convince you that pm hariri has nothing to do with the current messy situation in lebanon.

      1- after being stabbed in the back while making a state visit to the white house, by the “family friend” jumblatt and the one shia minister who was supposed to be president sleiman’s share but switched to hizballah’s side at the last moment and brought down the government, pm hariri accepted this unfair defeat and DECIDED TO STAY ON THE SIDELINES WHILE REFUSING TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY GOVERNMENT.

      pm designate mikati with the backing of the pro syrian and the pro iranian 8th of march group decided alone on their own perils and risks to undertake the task of forming the future government.

      even though they were supposed to be all united under the two main issues being: protect hizballah’s weapons and its military advantage over the lebanese army at any costs as well as destroy all means of uncovering the truth about all the assassinations that happened since 2005; despite all that and until now, few months have passed and EVEN AMONG THEMSELVES, THE 8TH OF MARCH FOLKS STILL COULD NOT COME UP WITH any acceptable understanding for A NEW GOVERNMENT.

      2- you seem to forget the very important events that are happening in syria and that will surely affect the performance of their “allies” in lebanon. these allies are running around feeling lost and abandoned now because the SYRIAN REGIME, while trying to solve its pressing internal problems, luckily DOESNT HAVE THE TIME NOR THE MEANS ANYMORE TO INTERFERE IN LEBANESE POLITICS and issue directives to its proxies as before.

      3- you seem to forget another very wild card in the political game named michel aoun. no body sane or insane knows exactly what lurks in his mind. after clashing with just about every one in the 14th of march movement and spreading his usual chaos around, they luckily got rid of him.

      the 8th of march folks, unfortunately for them, got stuck with aoun’s heavy burden. hizballah, berri, mikati, frangieh and cos. tried for years now unsuccessfully to decipher what was on aoun’s mind and when they failed, they finally realized THEY ARE STARTING TO PAY THE PRICE FOR THEIR FATAL MISTAKE.

      • Fadi81

        thanks fot taking the time to explain what is going on….I dont have the energy to explain anything to stubborn socialists, they just dont get it. its kind of like math – some people just lack the brain waves to make 1 plus 1 click….they will always say democracy this and that when they’re clearly abusing the constitution and the rights of the people.

      • Crossed

        You said you’d give me facts but for the most part all I see are your oppinions. I’ll respond to what’s credible. And on that note, I think Fadi81 needs to learn how to debate. Personal insults point to a lack of understanding.

        1. You call it being stabbed in the back, but that’s politics. It’s a tough game and in democratic settings it happens all the time. It just happened in Canada last month. “pm hariri accepted this unfair defeat” You need to stop calling it unfair. It was fair under the democratic system he promotes. And that brings me to my main point, Hariri should have joined government right away, or indicated he was willing to help form the government in little time. How come when democracy is against him he runs away? When March 8 lost majority in 2009 they accepted and joined the government as a minority in little time.

        The noble thng for Hariri to do was to accept the outcome, why does he have to stall the county’s growth by taking to the streets after a legitimate democratic process passed that wasn’t in his favour?

        As for Hezbollah’s weapons, I agree they are a problem in the long run. And that at some point the state should have authority over them. But with the current situations in the M.E, and foriegn obstruction for buying heavy arms by our army, we have no choice but to accept hezbollah as our only defence. Our army “isn’t allowed” to arm itself to the point where we could with confidence counter israel, or provide deterrence. Hezbollah on the other hand can to a certain extent and that’s better than nothing.

        2. The events in Syria have nothing to do with forming our government. We are an independant state. I don’t like any kind of interference in Lebanon. That doesn’t mean relations with KSA, Iran, Syria, the West etc. mount to interference.

        3. Aoun has a dispute with the rest of his coalition, and it can be solved through negotiations. Also, reports are indicating an internal agreement has been reached/ or is close.

        • Ibnelkhiam

          “The events in Syria have nothing to do with forming our government. We are an independant state. I don’t like any kind of interference in Lebanon. That doesn’t mean relations with KSA, Iran, Syria, the West etc. mount to interference.”

          You don’t like any kind of interference yet you promote March 8 as if they haven’t been supplied money, arms and whatever else they wanted by Syria and Iran. You need to stop looking through yellow tinted glasses and eventually face the truth that HA and Aoun are the two worst things to ever happen to Lebanon.

          Speaking about Democracy, name me one democratic country that has an armed militia protecting them? Who asked for this protection? I didn’t…and I know many true Lebanese people who did not asked for this “help”.

          If I needed help starting wars, beating my wife and living in a cave I’ll come ask Hezbollah, but until Lebanon becomes another infestation, please leave my country or let my country live in peace.

        • Ibnelkhiam

          “The events in Syria have nothing to do with forming our government. We are an independant state. I don’t like any kind of interference in Lebanon. That doesn’t mean relations with KSA, Iran, Syria, the West etc. mount to interference.”

          You don’t like any kind of interference yet you promote March 8 as if they haven’t been supplied money, arms and whatever else they wanted by Syria and Iran. You need to stop looking through yellow tinted glasses and eventually face the truth that HA and Aoun are the two worst things to ever happen to Lebanon.

          Speaking about Democracy, name me one democratic country that has an armed militia protecting them? Who asked for this protection? I didn’t…and I know many true Lebanese people who did not asked for this “help”.

          If I needed help starting wars, beating my wife and living in a cave I’ll come ask Hezbollah, but until Lebanon becomes another infestation, please leave my country or let my country live in peace.

        • Fadi81

          ya man I need to learn how to debate just like you need to snap out of the cycle of nonsense that has consumed you and your posts…

          Aoun + Aoun supporters = Lebanons finest bottom feeding back stabbing two-face cowards.

          I cant wait for the next elections, we’ll see how Aoun will do lol…Him and all 6 of his supporters will be sent packing!
          Soon the dogs he looks to for support will be on every terrorist organization list in the world. (except Iran and Syria maybe lol).

          You should really consider having a change of heart like your flip-flop spineless shameless leader but rather to join the side of good before its too late for you.

          Lets hope you guys even make it to the next elections.

          God Bless Lebanon and God Bless the LF !

        • ghzayel

          1- personal attacks and insults should be censored on this site.

          2- iam not a hariri supporter and despite his limited experience in politics, i admire his patience,his frankness and his openness and i got to give him the right he deserves TO DECIDE WETHER OR NOT TO JOIN HIS BACK STABBERS IN ANY FUTURE GOVERNMENT.

          3-due to the inevitable “constraints of history and geography” that bind lebanon to syria, i am sorry to burst your bubble and i can assure you that what is happening in syria right now will have a lot of future repercussions in lebanon that will extend way beyond the formation of any future government, hizballah and the palestinian’s weapons and beyond the issue of the international tribunal, wether the current syrian regime stays or bids farewell sooner or later.

          4- “Aoun has a dispute with the rest of his coalition, and it can be solved through negotiations.”
          i will reply with these two sayings in arabic concerning the hopeless case of michel aoun: “ntor ya kdish ta yinbut al hashish” and “yalli jarrab lim jarrab kan aklou mkharrab”

  • Crossed

    This is some bad reporting.
    “Hezbollah is also reportedly hiding behind MP Michel Aoun’s renewed demand for the ministry of Interior”

    How can you make such a claim with no proof? Ya Libnan is turning into Lebanon’s Fox news. One sided, biased reporting.

    Thankfully, many Lebanese of this generation are unlike the former. We require proof before condemnation. I would be the first to condemn HA if there was solid evidence. The lack thereof points to Hariri’s block as the real obstructors hiding behind March 8. Let’s hope Mikati will form a government soon so we can continue to build the country.

    • Fadi81

      “The lack thereof points to Hariri’s block as the real obstructors hiding behind March 8”.

      Haha! thats cute….they resigned but yet maintained their positions, and now they cant form a governement because the members they back stabbed are no longer willing to be fooled?

      your logic is haywire man…

    • ghzayel

      crossed,

      “The lack thereof points to Hariri’s block as the real obstructors hiding behind March 8.”

      damned if you do and damned if you dont, “htarna ya araaa mnein badna nbousik”

      let me give you some facts that will convince you that pm hariri has nothing to do with the current messy situation in lebanon.

      1- after being stabbed in the back while making a state visit to the white house, by the “family friend” jumblatt and the one shia minister who was supposed to be president sleiman’s share but switched to hizballah’s side at the last moment and brought down the government, pm hariri accepted this unfair defeat and DECIDED TO STAY ON THE SIDELINES WHILE REFUSING TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY GOVERNMENT.

      pm designate mikati with the backing of the pro syrian and the pro iranian 8th of march group decided alone on their own perils and risks to undertake the task of forming the future government.

      even though they were supposed to be all united under the two main issues being: protect hizballah’s weapons and its military advantage over the lebanese army at any costs as well as destroy all means of uncovering the truth about all the assassinations that happened since 2005; despite all that and until now, few months have passed and EVEN AMONG THEMSELVES, THE 8TH OF MARCH FOLKS STILL COULD NOT COME UP WITH any acceptable understanding for A NEW GOVERNMENT.

      2- you seem to forget the very important events that are happening in syria and that will surely affect the performance of their “allies” in lebanon. these allies are running around feeling lost and abandoned now because the SYRIAN REGIME, while trying to solve its pressing internal problems, luckily DOESNT HAVE THE TIME NOR THE MEANS ANYMORE TO INTERFERE IN LEBANESE POLITICS and issue directives to its proxies as before.

      3- you seem to forget another very wild card in the political game named michel aoun. no body sane or insane knows exactly what lurks in his mind. after clashing with just about every one in the 14th of march movement and spreading his usual chaos around, they luckily got rid of him.

      the 8th of march folks, unfortunately for them, got stuck with aoun’s heavy burden. hizballah, berri, mikati, frangieh and cos. tried for years now unsuccessfully to decipher what was on aoun’s mind and when they failed, they finally realized THEY ARE STARTING TO PAY THE PRICE FOR THEIR FATAL MISTAKE.

      • Fadi81

        thanks fot taking the time to explain what is going on….I dont have the energy to explain anything to stubborn socialists, they just dont get it. its kind of like math – some people just lack the brain waves to make 1 plus 1 click….they will always say democracy this and that when they’re clearly abusing the constitution and the rights of the people.

  • Anonymous

    This is some bad reporting.
    “Hezbollah is also reportedly hiding behind MP Michel Aoun’s renewed demand for the ministry of Interior”

    How can you make such a claim with no proof? Ya Libnan is turning into Lebanon’s Fox news. One sided, biased reporting.

    Thankfully, many Lebanese of this generation are unlike the former. We require proof before condemnation. I would be the first to condemn HA if there was solid evidence. The lack thereof points to Hariri’s block as the real obstructors hiding behind March 8. Let’s hope Mikati will form a government soon so we can continue to build the country.

    • Anonymous

      I agree for the most part with what you are saying, but as long as Aoun and HA don’t get the interior, I am all for forming a new cabinet/government. Giving Aoun the interior would be the end of Lebanon as we know it.

    • Anonymous

      “The lack thereof points to Hariri’s block as the real obstructors hiding behind March 8”.

      Haha! thats cute….they resigned but yet maintained their positions, and now they cant form a governement because the members they back stabbed are no longer willing to be fooled?

      your logic is haywire man…

      • Anonymous

        My logic is haywire? Do you know how a democracy works? Dissolving parliment is well within the rules. Isn’t that what Hariri calls for? When he won the PM post in 2009 he said “today is a victory for democracy”. Heres a newsflash for him: It’s still democracy whether he wins or not. If March 14 “refuses to be fooled” like you said, then what’s their plan? They’re stalling the growth of Lebanon by not coming to the table with lesser roles. They need to grow up. When march 8 didn’t gain majority in 2009 what did they do? They went to table and formed a national unity government accepting a minority position. That’s what grown-ups do, they solve problems. Hariri is acting like a baby, closing his eyes and pretending like nothing happened.

        “They resigned but yet maintained their positions” Who exactly? What country are you talking about? Lebanon has no government, no one holds any positions as of yet.

        • Anonymous

          ya your logic is haywire and your comments are a joke. Do I know what a democracy is? clearly its not what your democracy is – I blelieve in elected officials running the country not a terrorist organizations armed by foreign countries – those cowards “democraticaly” took down the elect gov to block JUSTICE for our martyrs! they took down the elected gov so they can keep their arms and continue waging ancient holy wars over our heads – you and the rest of your primitive foreign proxies operating in our country will soon be gone – tfeh

    • Anonymous

      crossed,
      “The lack thereof points to Hariri’s block as the real obstructors hiding behind March 8.”
      damn if you do and damn if you dont, “htarna ya araaa mnein badna nbousik”
      let me give you some facts that will convince you that pm hariri has nothing to do with the current messy situation in lebanon.
      1- after being stabbed in the back while making a state visit to the white house, by the “family friend” jumblatt and the one shia minister who was supposed to be president sleiman’s share but switched to hizballah’s side at the last moment and brought down the government, pm hariri accepted this unfair defeat and DECIDED TO STAY ON THE SIDELINES WHILE REFUSING TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY GOVERNMENT.

      pm designate mikati with the pro syrian and the pro iranian 8th of march group decided alone on their own perils and risks to undertake the task of forming the future government.

      even though they are supposed to be all united under the two main issues being: protect hizballah’s weapons and its military advantage over the lebanese army at any costs as well as detroy all means of uncovering the truth about all the assasinations that happened since 2005; despite all that and until now, few months have passed and EVEN AMONG THEMSELVES, THEY STILL COULD NOT COME UP WITH any acceptable understanding for a NEW GOVERNMENT.

      2- you seem to forget the very important events that are happening in syria and that will surely affect the performance of their “allies” in lebanon. these allies are running around feeling lost and abandoned now because the SYRIAN REGIME, while trying to solve its pressing internal problems, luckily DOESNT HAVE THE TIME NOR THE MEANS ANYMORE TO INTERFERE IN LEBANESE POLITICS and issue directives to their proxies.

      3- you seem to forget another very wild card in the political game named michel aoun. no body sane or insane knows exactly what lurks in his mind. after clashing with just about every one in the 14th of march movement and spreading his usual chaos around, they luckily got rid of him.

      the 8th of march folks unfortunately got stuck with aoun’s heavy burden. hizballah, berri, mikati frangieh and cos. tried unsuccessfully to decipher what was on his mind and now, finally, THEY ARE PAYING THE PRICE FOR THEIR FATAL MISTAKE.

      • Anonymous

        thanks fot taking the time to explain what is going on….I dont have the energy to explain anything to stubborn socialists, they just dont get it. its kind of like math – some people just lack the brain waves to make 1 plus 1 click….they will always say democracy this and that when they’re clearly abusing the constitution and the rights of the people.

      • Anonymous

        You said you’d give me facts but for the most part all I see are your oppinions. I’ll respond to what’s credible. And on that note, I think Fadi81 needs to learn how to debate. Personal insults point to a lack of understanding.

        1. You call it being stabbed in the back, but that’s politics. It’s a tough game and in democratic settings it happens all the time. It just happened in Canada last month. “pm hariri accepted this unfair defeat” You need to stop calling it unfair. It was fair under the democratic system he promotes. And that brings me to my main point, Hariri should have joined government right away, or indicated he was willing to help form the government in little time. How come when democracy is against him he runs away? When March 8 lost majority in 2009 they accepted and joined the government as a minority in little time.

        The noble thng for Hariri to do was to accept the outcome, why does he have to stall the county’s growth by taking to the streets after a legitimate democratic process passed that wasn’t in his favour?

        As for Hezbollah’s weapons, I agree they are a problem in the long run. And that at some point the state should have authority over them. But with the current situations in the M.E, and foriegn obstruction for buying heavy arms by our army, we have no choice but to accept hezbollah as our only defence. Our army “isn’t allowed” to arm itself to the point where we could with confidence counter israel, or provide deterrence. Hezbollah on the other hand can to a certain extent and that’s better than nothing.

        2. The events in Syria have nothing to do with forming our government. We are an independant state. I don’t like any kind of interference in Lebanon. That doesn’t mean relations with KSA, Iran, Syria, the West etc. mount to interference.

        3. Aoun has a dispute with the rest of his coalition, and it can be solved through negotiations. Also, reports are indicating an internal agreement has been reached/ or is close.

        • Anonymous

          “The events in Syria have nothing to do with forming our government. We are an independant state. I don’t like any kind of interference in Lebanon. That doesn’t mean relations with KSA, Iran, Syria, the West etc. mount to interference.”

          You don’t like any kind of interference yet you promote March 8 as if they have been supplied money, arms and whatever else they wanted by Syria and Iran. You need to stop looking through yellow tinted glasses and eventually face the truth that HA and Aoun are the two worst things to ever happen to Lebanon.

          Speaking about Democracy, name me one democratic country that has an armed militia protecting them? Who asked for this protection? I didn’t…and I know many true Lebanese people who did not asked for this “help”.

          If I needed help starting wars, beating my wife and living in a cave I’ll come ask Hezbollah, but until Lebanon becomes another infestation, please leave my country or let my country live in peace.

        • Anonymous

          ya man I need to learn how to debate just like you need to snap out of the cycle of nonsense that has consumed you and your posts…

          Aoun + Aoun supporters = Lebanons finest bottom feeding back stabbing two-face cowards.

          I cant wait for the next elections, we’ll see how Aoun will do lol…Him and all 6 of his supporters will be sent packing!
          Soon the dogs he looks to for support will be on every terrorist organization list in the world. (except Iran and Syria maybe lol).

          You should really consider having a change of heart like your flip-flop spineless shameless leader but rather to join the side of good before its too late for you.

          Lets hope you guys even make it to the next elections.

          God Bless Lebanon and God Bless the LF !

        • Anonymous

          crossed

          1- personal attacks and insults should be censored on this site.

          2- iam not a hariri supporter and despite his limited experience in politics, i admire his patience,his frankness and his openness and i got to give him the right he deserves TO DECIDE WETHER OR NOT TO JOIN HIS BACK STABBERS IN ANY FUTURE GOVERNMENT.

          3-due to the inevitable “constraints of history and geography” that bind lebanon to syria, i am sorry to burst your bubble and i can assure you that what is happening in syria right now will have a lot of future repercussions in lebanon that will extend way beyond the formation of any future government, hizballah and the palestinian’s weapons and beyong the issue of the international tribunal, wether the current regime stays or bids farewell sooner or later.

          4- “Aoun has a dispute with the rest of his coalition, and it can be solved through negotiations.”
          i will reply with these two sayings in arabic: “ntor ya kdish ta yinbut al hashish” and “yalli jarrab lim jarrab kan aklou mkharrab”

  • antar2011

    it does not need a genius to figure out that Aoun is the stumbling block for the formation of th enew govt.

    ba3den,
    march 8 supporters are the last ones who should be talking about accusations without proofs and fabrications, as they do this all the time…

  • antar2011

    it does not need a genius to figure out that Aoun is the stumbling block for the formation of th enew govt.

    ba3den,
    march 8 supporters are the last ones who should be talking about accusations without proofs and fabrications, as they do this all the time…

  • Anonymous

    it does not need a genius to figure out that Aoun is the stumbling block for the formation of th enew govt.

    ba3den,
    march 8 supporters are the last ones who should be talking about accusations without proofs and fabrications, as they do this all the time…

  • guss043

    is like the government do anything in Lebanon beside issuing passport, if there is something incredible about Lebanon is that the Lebanese proved day after day that we can totally live without government , mr Amin what was the achievement OF your frigin gov, is the Lebanese police or army ever protected us from invasion or internal gangsters like PLO or HizB AL CHAYATIN OR WHATEVER, you are really stupid to say such a thing with all your experience , even with Aoun and Hoss 2 gov and Lebanon has no issues.

  • guss043

    is like the government do anything in Lebanon beside issuing passport, if there is something incredible about Lebanon is that the Lebanese proved day after day that we can totally live without government , mr Amin what was the achievement OF your frigin gov, is the Lebanese police or army ever protected us from invasion or internal gangsters like PLO or HizB AL CHAYATIN OR WHATEVER, you are really stupid to say such a thing with all your experience , even with Aoun and Hoss 2 gov and Lebanon has no issues.

  • guss043

    is like the government do anything in Lebanon beside issuing passport, if there is something incredible about Lebanon is that the Lebanese proved day after day that we can totally live without government , mr Amin what was the achievement OF your frigin gov, is the Lebanese police or army ever protected us from invasion or internal gangsters like PLO or HizB AL CHAYATIN OR WHATEVER, you are really stupid to say such a thing with all your experience , even with Aoun and Hoss 2 gov and Lebanon has no issues.

  • josephphdman

    its time for new election that would be the best solution to break the dead lock.

  • josephphdman

    its time for new election that would be the best solution to break the dead lock.

  • Anonymous

    its time for new election that would be the best solution to break the dead lock.