We've all talked. We've all protested. We've given this government and parliament the strongest mandate of any in Lebanon's short history.
Politicians and politicking are one thing. Administrators and management are another. The security situation will be solved when this government does what it is supposed to do: administer and manage the affairs of government.
The solution is there. I know we cannot get there now, but again, the solution is clear: The time for protests and politics has passed - our role is over. Now it is the time for the government to step up to the plate and do what we have mandated it to do.
I want to see arrest warrants followed by detentions and trials. I want to see announced lay-offs in the ISF, and other security apparatuses. I, and all who are whitnessing this insecurity, want to SEE these developments. This situation has created a crisis of legitimacy in the apparatus of the state itself - it is no longer a battle of wills between different political groups.