Wednesday, February 22, 2006

From Baabda To Mathaf: First Things First

Per protocol, the Cabinet will convene tomorrow Thursday evening, but this time around not in the Baabda Palace, but in a temporary location in the Mat'haf area in Beirut.

Why? The majority of the Cabinet ministers unanimously agreed not to visit Baabda while Lahoud is in power.

The first, tangible steps taken by us, Lebanese, to say: Lahoud, Tla3 Barra!

But there's more: Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri has been sending invitations to prominent heads of parties and parliamentary blocs to join the negotiation table (tawilat al-hiwar). President Lahoud is not invited! He, unfortunately, does not even qualify to play the role of the national mediator; he has taken sides far when he endorsed the Ain El-Tineh Gathering last year.

Our President has truely lost his Lebanese legitimacy!

"Nobody knows how many rebellions, besides political rebellions, ferment in the masses of life which people earth."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


Lahoud has given new meaning to the term "lame duck". If I were him I would start investing in a house in halab or homs ASAP.