Geagea will be out in a week! That's a piece of news.
But there's more: Today Saad Hariri came out at last from his silence. He said that at many times during the past 15 years, the late Rafiq Hariri was not represented in the government, despite having a hefty Parliamentary representation, "did he play the sectarian card or did he just contend with assuming the side of the Opposition?" he asked. He also added that many Christian power blocs and Jumblatt as well were at times not represented in the government and no one steered the political discourse towards sectarianism the way it is being steered right now.
On another point: Aoun today was asked whether Geagea's return to the political arena will create a new Christian power balance. Aoun answered that nothing will change until after a new Parliamentary elections take place (which translates to: "I am the sole Maronite popular leader for now.")
I don't know why a famous Egyptian movie's title is stuck in my head: A Sweet Day, A Bitter Day (Yom Hilou, Yom Murr). Perhaps because this is how Lebanon makes me feel : A Sweet Day, A Bitter Day...
"Nobody knows how many rebellions, besides political rebellions, ferment in the masses of life which people earth."