(A phone conversation between French president and Iran’s « unelected » president provided the green light for the formation of a new government headed by Mr. Najib Mikati!)
In a new communiqué after its Monday, September 27 meeting, « Likaa Saydet al-Jabal », an offshoot of the historical March 14 forces and an active national and multi-confessional front, noted with dismay that political parties were preparing for the coming parliamentary elections as if Lebanon was still a free and independent state, governed by constitutional and legal texts and in accordance with international resolutions- an illusion belied by the fact that the country is, currently, governed by an illegal armed militia, Hezbollah, and is subject to a hardly disguised Iranian occupation.
“Hezbollah”, which has abolished Lebanon’s borders with Syria in favor of illegal « contraband » operations and made open threats against the judiciary, is now attempting to complete its putsch against the foundations of the republic, by targeting the parliamentary elections process. Anticipating unfavorable results, the head of Hezbollah’s parliamentary bloc threatened voters that they will not be able to change the so-called « equation » that is imposed by Iran’s proxy and armed party . At the same time, some political forces are alluding to the possibility of torpedoing the participation of expatriates in the parliamentary elections – if they take place!- while other parties support the election of six MPs by the expatriates, and, still, others reject this expatriate voting process altogether.