Government zero meeting.. Until the election?

Government zero meeting.. Until the election?

| Monday 10 January 2022

Shadi Hileneh, “Akhbar al-Yawm” agency

The Shiite duo rejects any concession

The only achievement of the current prime minister, Najib Mikati, that he was able to form a government.

The serious work of The “Together to Rescue” government is taking place outside the meeting room. Another achievement of the government, the "waste of time".

Today, the announcement of the invitation of President Michel Aoun to the table of the "national dialogue", and before starting any dialogue, whether it will deal with the defense strategy or administrative and financial decentralization as items to be included on the agenda, requires asking about the feasibility of this dialogue, if it is held, it means that the common sense says to resume sessions interrupted for nearly two months, and restore regularity to the work of official institutions.

Maronite Patriarch Bshara al-Rahi has a concern about the disruption of government Sessions "by the power of influence" as he called it, considering that this is contrary to the Constitution.

In parallel, political parties express fear via "Akhbar al-Yawm" agency that the calculations of "Hezbollah" towards the disruption of the executive power, to prevent the loss of its current majority if the parliamentary elections take place.

Therefore, the government has a very important function, which is to conduct parliamentary elections. What happens from the disruption of the government meetings may overthrow that function, as we are less than five months away from the date of the elections, and instead of working to provide the appropriate conditions for conducting them, we see that some go far in striking ministerial solidarity and disrupting government work.

The indicator of all this seems to be that the Shiite duo, at least for now, continues to disrupt the meetings of the Council of ministers, rejecting any concession.

The House of Representatives, which is on the doors of the last five months of its current mandate includes deputies prosecuted by the judicial investigator in the explosion of Beirut port Tarek al-Bitar, have regained, without any cost or effort, since Thursday evening their parliamentary immunity preventing them from being arrested and taken to the investigation, which they refuse to appear before.

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