“No one obliges me to talk to him.” Hariri complains about...

“No one obliges me to talk to him.” Hariri complains about...
“No one obliges me to talk to him.” Hariri complains about...
Al-Akhbar writes under the heading “Why Hariri delay forming the government?”: “Doubts are increasing in Beirut regarding the possibility of the birth of the government that Prime Minister Saad Hariri was tasked with forming, in the short or even long term. It is caused by purely internal factors related to the quarrel between Hariri on the one hand, and the President of the Republic General Michel Aoun and MP Gebran Bassil on the other hand, or is it related to regional and international transformations whose results have not been clear in Aden after the American elections. And since it no longer matters, the answer that led to the entry into government deliberations In a coma, and whether it was deliberately introduced by the concerned parties or not, there is one constant that can no longer be denied, which is that the country is trapped between a caretaker government incapable of carrying loads and a deferred government governed by pending beyond the oceans, without paying attention to the complete dissolution of the state structure Its details: security, politics, economics, money, and cash Despite the impression that the failure to form a government after more than a month of commissioning is due to each party’s insistence on its demands and conditions, the greater responsibility is undoubtedly borne. It is Hariri, who clings to the assignment paper in his pocket, awaiting the entry of US President Joe Biden into the White House, betting on new understandings in the region and the world that will redefine influence.

The past days carried nothing new with regard to the government. Last week’s calendar was full of discussions of sensitive files, from the election law to Aoun’s message in Parliament on criminal scrutiny. However, this has nothing to do with the failure of the Prime Minister-designate to resume his contacts, nor to record any visit to him to Baabda Palace. All Hariri does, according to Ma’an, is to “complain” about Basil. Sources familiar with the government file say that a number of parties had advised Hariri in the past period to communicate again with Aoun and Bassil in order to form the government, but he used to reply with one sentence, “I am not obliged to speak with Basil!” The same sources believe that there is another matter standing behind the behavior of Hariri, who is now armed with this argument, especially that talking to the head of the “strong Lebanon” bloc is no longer the obstacle, after the French envoy Patrick Durrell ensured that, during his recent visit to Lebanon. Moreover, the last decade that was mentioned are the names of the Christian ministers and the distribution of portfolios in the Christian class. In the opinion of these sources, it is difficult to isolate Hariri’s actions from the regional-international climate surrounding Lebanon at the moment of intensification of the confrontation, but they tend to link them more to considerations he has related to his proof of the new US administration’s policy.

From the start, Hariri was not consistent. He thought that he could ignore Basil, as long as he had “knit” it with Hezbollah and the Amal movement, and was deluded into his side just because he accepted that they be named the Shiite ministers. Then Hariri played on the Baabda line, invoking the constitution, to sew a squad in which Aoun would participate alone, noting that he did not “milk pure with him.” Initially, he suggested to him that he was open and would accept what the President of the Republic wanted, including ministries and names, then he returned and turned against him, under the pretext that he was crammed with shares of other Christian parties, until matters between them reached their limit, during the last famous meeting in which Aoun was very upset. Hariri and Walid Jumblatt sold promises of two bags (Health and Social Affairs) and backed down, prompting Jumblatt to throw some high-ceilinged tweets. And so on and so forth, Hariri started throwing papers and dragging them onto the table of balances and quotas, while his attempts to delay writing until the New Year began to unfold. Here, the sources in the Department of Analytics expanded to Paris, as they considered that “Hariri and the French together prefer to freeze authorship until Biden takes over, who is expected to go to new understandings with the Europeans and the Gulf states, which may allow the formation of the government in an easier and more beneficial way.” On the other hand, sources close to Hariri respond by saying that “the only reason for the delay in writing is that Aoun and Bassil are still acting as if the country is fine, as nothing has changed in their performance.” The sources assert that the government “will be born at the moment Aoun and Bassil give up their terms.” Read the full article Press here.

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