Oghassabian thinks the government has already been formed

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Minister of State Jean Oghassabian of the Armenian reconciliation bloc told MTV on Thursday following his meeting with Prime Minister-designate Najib Mikati:

“Our political camp holds onto Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) . He added “The ministerial policy statement will highlight Miqati’s real intentions. “

Oghassabian, a key March 14 ally thinks the government has already been formed :

“My personal analysis says there is a prearranged cabinet formation that will surface soon.”

Earlier today , The Future Movement MPs asked Mikati to clarify his stance on the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) and the illegal weapons ( Weapons outside the control of the Lebanese army) , MP Fouad Siniora said on Thursday after the bloc met with Mikati for consultations on cabinet formation.

Mikati, backed by Hezbollah and its March 8 allies , was appointed Tuesday by president Michel Suleiman as PM-designate to form ano defeatd head the next cabinet , giving Hezbollah and its allies increased leverage in the country and provoking widespread protests.

Hezbollah brought down Hariri’s government on January 12 over the Special Tribunal for Lebanon’s ( STL) indictment which is widely expected to implicate Hezbollah members in the assassination of former PM Rafik Hariri in 2005 .

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11 responses to “Oghassabian thinks the government has already been formed”

  1. Good old Haggobb did not cash Hariri’s check yet. It might bounce buddy!

  2. Good old Haggobb did not cash Hariri’s check yet. It might bounce buddy!

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    Good old Haggobb did not cash Hariri’s check yet. It might bounce buddy!

  4. Hannibal Avatar

    On another matter we are number one in everything:
    Look at the WHO statement:
    The WHO says the following countries have the highest percentages of daily smokers:

    1. Lebanon, 58.8
    2. Guinea, 57.6
    3. Nauru, 48.2
    4. Kiribati, 42
    5. Bulgaria, 39.7
    6. Lesotho, 39.3
    7. Tuvalu, 37.9
    8. Ukraine, 37.4
    9. Andorra, 36
    10. Laos, 35.7

    We win again! Yay!

    1. Hannibal, what a consistence. That’s how many MPs M14 has in parliament. Instead M14 MPs smoke stuff stronger than cigarettes ….

  5. Hannibal Avatar

    On another matter we are number one in everything:
    Look at the WHO statement:
    The WHO says the following countries have the highest percentages of daily smokers:

    1. Lebanon, 58.8
    2. Guinea, 57.6
    3. Nauru, 48.2
    4. Kiribati, 42
    5. Bulgaria, 39.7
    6. Lesotho, 39.3
    7. Tuvalu, 37.9
    8. Ukraine, 37.4
    9. Andorra, 36
    10. Laos, 35.7

    We win again! Yay!

  6. On another matter we are number one in everything:
    Look at the WHO statement:
    The WHO says the following countries have the highest percentages of daily smokers:

    1. Lebanon, 58.8
    2. Guinea, 57.6
    3. Nauru, 48.2
    4. Kiribati, 42
    5. Bulgaria, 39.7
    6. Lesotho, 39.3
    7. Tuvalu, 37.9
    8. Ukraine, 37.4
    9. Andorra, 36
    10. Laos, 35.7

    We win again! Yay!

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      Hannibal, what a consistence. That’s how many MPs M14 has in parliament. Instead M14 MPs smoke stuff stronger than cigarettes ….

  7. On another matter we are number one in everything:
    Look at the WHO statement:
    The WHO says the following countries have the highest percentages of daily smokers:

    1. Lebanon, 58.8
    2. Guinea, 57.6
    3. Nauru, 48.2
    4. Kiribati, 42
    5. Bulgaria, 39.7
    6. Lesotho, 39.3
    7. Tuvalu, 37.9
    8. Ukraine, 37.4
    9. Andorra, 36
    10. Laos, 35.7

    We win again! Yay!

  8. josephphdman Avatar
    josephphdman

    this was a lie there wo,nt be any new governement for a while march 14 had refused to serve in the new governement therefore you could,nt form a new governement unless they agree to serve in it

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    this was a lie there wo,nt be any new governement for a while march 14 had refused to serve in the new governement therefore you could,nt form a new governement unless they agree to serve in it

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