I'm not sure what your definition of hope is, but for me, a party that allows major corruption cases to happen under their nose and to be afraid to do anything about it, or to hold 11 ministries where less than half have done notable work while others were busy either doing nothing or sharing the cake with their new allies or to let major thieves and criminals off the hook because they're their allies now.....that's not hope.I’m sure most koullouna watani candidates are full of good intentions and want to work hard. But I’m not sure they’re locally funded anymore, it’s very possible and probable they’re not, as they’re certain to be FPM’s biggest Achilles heel, and there’s no shortage of people working on making sure the latter fail either.
What I do not accept, is this glossing over of facts. Yes 10 years have passed and it’s a long time but you cannot just decide it’s FPM’s fault, that the people have let them try and and they in turn have failed.
Vote for whoever you want but do so knowing that every other party at a certain point of time in the last 10 years has worked on making sure FPM’s coalition fails, has worked towards discrediting their right to represent, has stayed silent while FPM was the only one shouting, on and on and on ....
In a parallel universe, probably fpm baroud koullouna watani and all the likes would have been represented under one umbrella, because really theres absolutely nothing that differentiates them from one another. They all want a forward thinking modern secular government without corruption.
But now as it stands, today, FPM are the strongest bunch in the Christian community and yes your only hope to a solution to this country, whether you want to admit it or not.
That's more of the same