Gemayel: Hezbollah preventing Lebanon from advancing

Former Lebanese president  and current Phalange Party leader Amin Gemayel  told New TV during an interview on Sunday   that Dialogue has been postponed indefinitely and there are reasons that prevented others from participation, but our culture in the Phalange Party is dialogue and dialogue played a great role in avoiding crises throughout Lebanon’s history.

Commenting on the situation in Lebanon he said: “What prevents the country from advancing and what disrupts the democratic life in Lebanon is Hezbollah.  . I tried a lot with the party to correct our  ties with Hezbollah … our relationship was good until the eve of the war in July 2006, which wiped out all the pros.”

Turning to Hezbollah chief he said: ” If only  Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah  can relieve  us of his advice because  to us it it is enough to deal with his disastrous government.” In other words Thanks but no thanks ..

He added: “We’re keen on the culture of dialogue which all Lebanese must endorse, and I understand the stance of our allies who are boycotting dialogue, especially amid the presence of a camp ( Hezbollah’s led March 8 alliance) that continues to turn its back on dialogue’s previous resolutions. ”

In response to president Suleiman’s repeated call for dialogue he said:

“We are against boycotting the presidency, the parliament and other state institutions and we’re keen on bolstering the presidency”.

Electoral law

He told New TV: My impression is that we will reach a positive result concerning the electoral law.

He added: The meeting of the Bkirki committee tonight was very positive and harmonious and it discussed solutions that can lead to agreeing on an electoral law very soon.

In a related development LBCI reported that the Christian four-party panel agreed during its meeting in Bkirki this evening on adopting the Orthodox Gathering electoral law , under which each sect would elect its own lawmakers.

  • nagy_michael2

    Mr. Amin we’re advancing its just going backward very very fast.

  • nagy_michael2

    Mr. Amin we’re advancing its just going backward very very fast.

  • http://twitter.com/aloooooooshi ali elzein

    try having 24 hour electricity  water for everyone, an army that can actually defend its self and its people and have a government that actually agrees on somethings then talk about hezbollah’s weapons.

    • nagy_michael2

      Well trying having Basil and hezbollah not to steal money allocated for Electricity and other projects. Try asking Hezbollah to pay for Electricity first.. yes and when hezbollah is holding the country hostage to please iran and syria.. what do you expect from Gemyal to ask???

      • http://twitter.com/aloooooooshi ali elzein

        u cant believe that hezbollah and basil  these problems have been going on way before either one of them had power. whether you want to admit it or not, every politician is stealing money and electricity from the people. second yes i agree iran and syria are backing hezbollah which is wrong but its also wrong when u have saudi arabia telling saad hariri what to do and america telling geagea and gemayel what to do. u can argue all you want but we both know every politican is pleasing at least one country. please dont think im trying to start an argument or trying to defend anyone im against every political party in lebanon because i know they dont care about us. 

        • nagy_michael2

          Ali I agree most politicians stole money for sure. But things got really worse under hezbollah led gov’t and to top it all they’re helping Syria get rid of opponents. you can do deny it all you like but why only their opponents are being killed and none of them? why do they deny ISF the communication information? why don’t hezbollah give up the Fneish brothers and whoever was involved in smuggling contanminated drugs.. why should hezbollah have weapons and have communications satellites all over lebanon. this is what I am talking about.. Aoun and his cronies complained about hariri and his gov’t. well they certainly made things worse for sure..

  • http://twitter.com/aloooooooshi ali elzein

    try having 24 hour electricity  water for everyone, an army that can actually defend its self and its people and have a government that actually agrees on somethings then talk about hezbollah’s weapons.

    • nagy_michael2

      Well trying having Basil and hezbollah not to steal money allocated for Electricity and other projects. Try asking Hezbollah to pay for Electricity first.. yes and when hezbollah is holding the country hostage to please iran and syria.. what do you expect from Gemyal to ask???

      • http://twitter.com/aloooooooshi ali elzein

        u cant believe that hezbollah and basil  these problems have been going on way before either one of them had power. whether you want to admit it or not, every politician is stealing money and electricity from the people. second yes i agree iran and syria are backing hezbollah which is wrong but its also wrong when u have saudi arabia telling saad hariri what to do and america telling geagea and gemayel what to do. u can argue all you want but we both know every politican is pleasing at least one country. please dont think im trying to start an argument or trying to defend anyone im against every political party in lebanon because i know they dont care about us. 

        • nagy_michael2

          Ali I agree most politicians stole money for sure. But things got really worse under hezbollah led gov’t and to top it all they’re helping Syria get rid of opponents. you can do deny it all you like but why only their opponents are being killed and none of them? why do they deny ISF the communication information? why don’t hezbollah give up the Fneish brothers and whoever was involved in smuggling contanminated drugs.. why should hezbollah have weapons and have communications satellites all over lebanon. this is what I am talking about.. Aoun and his cronies complained about hariri and his gov’t. well they certainly made things worse for sure..

  • http://twitter.com/aloooooooshi ali elzein

    @nagy_michael2:disqus  i really dont know why only there opponents are being killed and there not, but u cant blame them without proof. why does know one blame israel or the US? why only hezbollah and syria? but i will say if it is them i agree 100% they should be punished for it. but you cant blame them unless you look at everyone first.to tell you about the weapons, bro we dont have an army that can defend us. if hezbollah gives up there weapons and either syria or israel invades, then what happens?