While the head of the Syrian Social Nationalist Party, Rabih Banat, confirmed that the party decided not to name anyone “in light of the lack of understanding of the political forces on a salvific vision of the deteriorating political and economic reality,” the head of the National Bloc, MP Asaad Hardan, after receiving a phone call from Hariri, announced that The bloc will take its position today. The position of the party’s leader and the head of the bloc is a reflection of the division that the party has been suffering from since Hardan’s list lost the party elections last month.
As soon as the consultancy offer ends, a new battle whistle is triggered, which is the battle of authorship, and the scene will turn to more enthusiasm, as expectations increase for an increase in the pace of political tensions in a reflection of the fierce confrontation between Hariri on the one hand and Aoun and former Minister Gebran Bassil on the other hand. It seemed that Hariri’s stated goals were to confirm that Aoun and Bassil were the only losers in the post-October 17 period, leading to pushing them into a new clash and presenting them as an obstruction to forming the government. The tensions that preceded the assignment showed a great tendency to clash between them after naming, especially in the event that the appointed president insists on bypassing the head of the “strong Lebanon” bloc and ignoring him in the authoring consultations.
The climate prior to the commissioning indicates that it is difficult to imagine the possibility of achieving “magic” agreements on the authoring process, as the root of the problem is the balances within the government and the struggle over the powers of its composition, as well as its ministerial statement and its reform program. Although Hariri had indicated in recent weeks, in his consultations with the political forces, his readiness to make concessions on the basis of “we will not disagree”, three options before Hariri remained in the anticipation:
The first option is for Hariri to return to the tone of forming a government that has no parties or political faces. It is an option closer to a joke, as he has been the leader of a political team since 2005, and the head of a political movement that has participated for years in political governments, the most recent of which was his government that resigned last year. It is an option that also means that the government will not see the light, which means repeating the experience of Ambassador Mustafa Adib.
The second option is for Hariri to adopt the proposal of former Prime Minister Najib Mikati, by agreeing to form a mixed government of 6 political ministers and 14 technocrats.
The third option is to form a political government that is conditional on an agreement with the political forces on naming non-provocative names.
The common knot between the three options remains Hariri’s insistence on excluding Basil from it and breaking him, which he is working on with all possible means.
Aoun attacks Berri, Hariri and Jumblatt without naming them: I am a partner in forming the government
There is another matter beyond the struggle to form a government in form and content. Although Hariri is marketing his government as a “mission” government that will not be more than six months old, experience in Lebanon has shown that the temporary often becomes permanent, and this means that the government continues after Michel Aoun’s era, and takes over the powers of the first presidency In the event that no parliamentary elections are held and a new president is elected. Although the political forces do not announce this, but they are dealing with the formation of this government as if it will continue for years. That is why the authorship will introspect another battle, which is the battle for the presidency that appeared clearly between the lines of the message that President Aoun sent yesterday to the Lebanese, which confirmed its content that he will not be lenient at the writing stage or after it, and will not be broken again in the authoring process under the weight of internal or external pressures.
In his speech, Aoun threw the ball into the court of others, after he had failed to topple Hariri as a candidate. He placed the deputies before their responsibilities, imposing on them the consequences of what would happen if Hariri was named. He asserted himself as a co-author when he said, “Today, I am required to participate in the process of appointing and forming a prime minister,” asking whether “if the one who will be assigned and compose will adhere to the reform program, and you, MPs, bear the responsibility.” He added, “I have said my word and will not walk, and I call on the deputies to take responsibility for the reflection of the mandate on the composition. I will continue to bear my responsibilities in assigning and authoring and in every constitutional position and position, in the face of all those who prevent our people from reform and the state. He placed the matter with the parliamentary blocs, calling on them to “arbitrate their consciences.” He also said that “the assignment will be reflected in the authorship,” indicating that he will not give Hariri a blank check for the authorship.
Aoun began his speech about the transformations in the region, asking about Lebanon’s position vis-à-vis these major transformations, so that it would not be receptive and passive, so that it would become crumbs of the table of major interests and understandings. He described his speech as being frank with the Lebanese “understanding the people’s pain.” He spoke as if he was from outside the ruling class, attacking Hariri, Walid Jumblatt and Nabih Berri without naming them, accusing them of having allied themselves against him and against development projects and economic plans, the electricity project and the protection of citizens and their health and life rights. He attacked the Ministry of Finance, the High Relief Commission, the Council for Development and Reconstruction, the Fund for the Displaced, the Council of the South, the Bank of Lebanon and its governor, and considered that “because of personal interests, corruption in Lebanon has become institutionalized and rooted in the authorities and administrations,” while he “is the owner of the reform project since his return from exile, Its confrontation came from the parties affected by the reform process.
The head of the “nationalist” confirms that no one has been named, and the head of the bloc announces his position today
In an interview with journalists, Aoun stressed, in response to a question about his demand for a techno-political government, “I did not ask for any kind of government, and consultations determine the form of the government.” And (the resurrection) everyone was on me because I delayed consultations for a week, and I told him that there are problems that I am trying to solve, and I have listed them today. ” While he talked about the attempts “never bowed” by common friends between Hariri and Bassil to bring them together, he pointed out that “the main countries in the Arab League have changed their positions on basic issues and other countries are joining them, and we will gradually become isolated, and we are the smaller Arab state, so I ask the Lebanese about what Must be done ».
In this context, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian called yesterday, Lebanon to expedite the formation of a new government. “The longer we are late, the more the boat sinks,” he warned before the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee. If Lebanon does not implement the reforms that must be undertaken, then the country itself is in danger of collapse. ”
“The Future” denies …
On the other hand, the “Future Movement” announced in a statement that “some media outlets claimed that supporters of the Future Movement burned the grip of the revolution in Martyrs’ Square,” stressing that “it has nothing to do with either near or far with this condemned act.” Concerned agencies to uncover the circumstances and arrest the perpetrators, whoever they are. In another statement, “Al-Mustaqbal” appeared to admit the attack on the “fist”, as he described the objection to Hariri’s assignment as “objections aimed at disturbing the atmosphere accompanying this constitutional entitlement, and luring the opposite street into unending counter reactions”, calling on his fans to “Be aware of being drawn behind these suspicious acts.”
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