I think the problem is that we take it as granted that corruption exists and we ignore it and try to work around it.Sorry to be pedantic about this, but I'm going to be pedantic about this. If we're going to criticize FPM for hiding corruption, let's at least be accurate. It does not make you an accessory to corruption if you make an electoral alliance or if you enter the same government. What makes you an accessory to corruption is being an accessory to corruption. If, for example, you're in the energy ministry and there are two choices of electricity before you, ships and plants. X wants you to pick ships because he gets a cut, but no one would get a cut of plants and it's a better deal. You pick ships so X can get a cut (even if you don't get a cut), you're an accessory to corruption. On the other hand, you know X is corrupt and you do an electoral alliance or enter the same government does not make one an accessory to corruption. The former is a completely valid criticism of a party abusing its power to cover corruption, and even participating in corruption. The latter is empty rhetoric made to rile people up and devoid of political power analysis.
There was a whole revolution asking for an independent government, FPM has decided to make a government with Franjieh and give Amal the finance ministry in exchange of getting their own ministers. (This is where the 30 deputies come in handy when you ask what could they have done.)
There were demands for an independent judiciary system and the law was there to let the judges vote for themselves instead of letting politicians assign them.
They all obstructed it quietly where they could have made a huge change.
The problem is they loose us with all the speeches and the blames that you get lost trying to find who blocked what and who did what and believe me I know people from every party who thinks they're the ones who were proposing laws and fighting corruption and the others were blocking them.