Lebanon's Next President

Next president:

  • Suleiman Frangieh

    Votes: 3 10.7%
  • Gebran Bassil

    Votes: 10 35.7%
  • Samir Geagea

    Votes: 9 32.1%
  • Joseph Aoun

    Votes: 6 21.4%
  • Demianos Qatar

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Michel Aoun (extention)

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Riad Salame

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    28

flag-waver

Legendary Member
Right, HA has no problem allowing the economy to hit rock bottom during political turmoil and vacancies. Sh3abon fa2ir and they can subsidize a lot for their own people through Irans backing with groceries and gas.

Yet your forget it wasnt HA who killed the economy but the policies of the government as a whole. How do u increase state wages when you are going through a recession?
 

JB81

Legendary Member
So if the strongest christian with the strongest christian block cannot do anything then what is the solution?

The solution is to keep voting right, voting against manzoumeh fesed until it's broken

Are you telling us to give up for Manzoumet Berri and aranbo?
 

Dr. Strangelove

Nuclear War Expert
Staff member
if the president can't do shit in the system why has Aoun fought and killed to get to the chair? You mean to say "THIS president can't do shit in the system"
Killed?

We got him to the presidency because we didn't understand how handicapped it was. It was simply one next step to enacting our agenda - the same reason for anyone to want the "chair".
 

flag-waver

Legendary Member
The state will collapse and everybody will point at the president and shout, "ahd el inhiyar!"

In fact, this will happen even if the president was the one being obstructed, and the ones doing the shouting will be the schemers who obstructed you.

They are doing it now. No difference actually. There needs to be a solution to this lie called greater lebanon.
 

Dr. Strangelove

Nuclear War Expert
Staff member
They are doing it now. No difference actually. There needs to be q solution to this lie called greater lebanon.
I know they are doing it now. Ma that's what I'm telling you. The position is a death trap unless you have half+1 MPs all by yourself, and nobody can achieve that.
 

flag-waver

Legendary Member
I know they are doing it now. Ma that's what I'm telling you. The position is a death trap unless you have half+1 MPs all by yourself, and nobody can achieve that.

Thats why a total collapse of the state
and the christians have civil disobedience. no taxes paid to the state. why should christians pay for the state and their employees?
 

JB81

Legendary Member
For instance, the President is blocking majless khedmeh madaniyeh, a supposed national institution, dekkeneh Berri to yed7ash ratsh in the state

President Aoun is not signing on Berri's little men in the state

Instead. If anything, 1 from you 1 from me

Not for the employing partisans, because Berri one of Berri's grip on the state is controlling all it's intitutions through his ratsh li mwazafon

We need a President to stop him from continuing his mazra3a, and since the President had the signing power over this matter; he stopped Berri's ratsh to get employed by not signing

Imagine had Franjiyeh was there

That's why ma binesbon Aoun or Bassil
 

flag-waver

Legendary Member
Killed?

We got him to the presidency because we didn't understand how handicapped it was. It was simply one next step to enacting our agenda - the same reason for anyone to want the "chair".

The Presidency isn’t handicapped. Your choice of ministers are. Your choice of alliances are as they are not based on principles. All the parties have the same issue. You think they are not frustrated also with the situation?
 
Killed?

We got him to the presidency because we didn't understand how handicapped it was. It was simply one next step to enacting our agenda - the same reason for anyone to want the "chair".
1) Yes killed. why do you think 7arb el ilgha2 was declared? to please his Syrian masters to get to the chair.

2) You got him to the presidency? LOL. HA got him to the presidency.

3) if the president doesnt have the power to do shit then your strategy of getting him to Baabda to enact your agenda is flawed. la bit2addim wala bit2akhir.
 

Dr. Strangelove

Nuclear War Expert
Staff member
Thats why a total collapse of the state
and the christians have civil disobedience. no taxes paid to the state. why should christians pay for the state and their employees?
Lesh min 2allak the Christians were not also part of the obstruction and corruption? The Geageais obstructed the electricity plan w 3a ras el sat7.

The problem in Lebanon isn't Christians vs. Muslims. It is reformists vs. status quo.
 

flag-waver

Legendary Member
For instance, the President is blocking majless khedmeh madaniyeh, a supposed national institution, dekkeneh Berri to yed7ash ratsh in the state

President Aoun is not signing on Berri's little men in the state

Instead. If anything, 1 from you 1 from me

Not for the employing partisans, because Berri one of Berri's grip on the state is controlling all it's intitutions through his ratsh li mwazafon

We need a President to stop him from continuing his mazra3a, and since the President had the signing power over this matter; he stopped Berri's ratsh to get employed by not signing

Imagine had Franjiyeh was there

So this is a power that the President has maheike? This is what we are talking about. The Presidency still has some powers but due to the sectarian nature of the country nothing gets done.
 

flag-waver

Legendary Member
Lesh min 2allak the Christians were not also part of the obstruction and corruption? The Geageais obstructed the electricity plan w 3a ras el sat7.

The problem in Lebanon isn't Christians vs. Muslims. It is reformists vs. status quo.

Buddy the electricity you have had for over 10 years. You want to blame LF for your blunder? FPM is not a reformist abadan. akhado their share and more than that in the state. michen heike they tasted power rab rabak won’t get them out of it.
 

Dr. Strangelove

Nuclear War Expert
Staff member
Buddy the electricity you have had for over 10 years. You want to blame LF for your blunder? FPM is not a reformist abadan. akhado their share and more than that in the state. michen heike they tasted power rab rabak won’t get them out of it.
Ayya power? The FPM's power comes from the people who vote for them. Those votes are won by enacting reforms and projects. Those votes are lost when the projects don't pass. FPM's simplest path to power would have been to bring electricity. Samir said it himself - of course the FPM want the electricity project to pass, but it won't because of nkeyet.

Tmassako bel MoE&W for all those years fighting to get the plan enacted. They failed, bes ma baddna nes2al 7alna lesh w men wara shou?
 

flag-waver

Legendary Member
Ayya power? The FPM's power comes from the people who vote for them. Those votes are won by enacting reforms and projects. Those votes are lost when the projects don't pass. FPM's simplest path to power would have been to bring electricity. Samir said it himself - of course the FPM want the electricity project to pass, but it won't because of nkeyet.

Tmassako bel MoE&W for all those years fighting to get the plan enacted. They failed, bes ma baddna nes2al 7alna lesh w men wara shou?

Buddy buddy
The MOE broke the ****ing state! That ministry by itself cost the state more than 1/3 of its debt. Go get some country to give us electricity in a year as they did in Egypt a couple of years back. Mabada a scientist to work it out.
 

zero

Active Member
Buddy buddy
The MOE broke the ****ing state! That ministry by itself cost the state more than 1/3 of its debt. Go get some country to give us electricity in a year as they did in Egypt a couple of years back. Mabada a scientist to work it out.
yep, and if you cant do shit.. alteast have some dignity and resign.
 

JB81

Legendary Member
Ayya power? The FPM's power comes from the people who vote for them. Those votes are won by enacting reforms and projects. Those votes are lost when the projects don't pass. FPM's simplest path to power would have been to bring electricity. Samir said it himself - of course the FPM want the electricity project to pass, but it won't because of nkeyet.

Tmassako bel MoE&W for all those years fighting to get the plan enacted. They failed, bes ma baddna nes2al 7alna lesh w men wara shou?

Hassan Khalil told them bass ma baddon yefhamo
Do you call this Blind hate

Wa7ad bi2llon I obstruct the plan but they insist to blame FPM

Kif hal sha3b byfham allah 3alimo
 

SeaAb

Legendary Member
Staff member
Super Penguin
Electing a president requires 2/3 of the parliament not 1/2+1.
 

SeaAb

Legendary Member
Staff member
Super Penguin
Thanks for removing my post as usual.
Second the first round needs 2/3 of the Parliament not to actually elect the President and akide you knew that!
Deleted 5 consecutive posts, not only yours...7ases 7alak makmoo3 hon? Are you not able to speak your mind?
 
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