October 17 Revolution

What do you think will happen next, after Hariri's resignation?

  • Stalemate - No govt will be formed

    Votes: 40 51.3%
  • New mini-government of specialists will be formed in less than 10 days

    Votes: 20 25.6%
  • Similar government with Hariri PM again

    Votes: 15 19.2%
  • Civil War

    Votes: 22 28.2%

  • Total voters
    78
Nonan

Nonan

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let's not confuse things... the non-mithakye government you are referring to was one-sided... now we're talking about a "neutral" government, and not a one sided government.
And then let's face it... the way things are going, we're not only close to a civil war, we are close to a civil war while going bankrupt. This is the perfect storm.. .so let all the parties stop ghenej... this time, the Moumena3a have the majority in parliament and can bring down the government or any minister ANY time (according to the constitution).
You are making a big assumption that the so-called "momena3a" exists. You have Berri, who is in total alignment with Hariri and Joumblatt, nurturing and covering corruption since 1992, then you have HA and their frafit that only care about maintaining their arms and being a strategic extension to Iran in Lebanon (and pay lip service to the concerns of hte poor) and then you have FPM, God knows what they are focused on given how incredibly confusing their strategy and communication is. Berri and HA will always side with Hariri against FPM if that suits their needs (i.e. continuing corruption and continuing to act as an independent state within a state). Unfortunately, Lebanon is lost. The youth is realizing it and trying to do one last stand but I'm not sure what they can do. My heart goes to them, my head keeps me thousands miles away.
 
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  • Abou Sandal

    Abou Sandal

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    on AlJadeed:

    Protesters admit they are from DONNYE, WEST BEKAA, TRIPOLI... promising the ISF that they will push them back.
    Reporter: someone from the protesters threw a tear gas on the ISF, thats why they replied
    Protester: walaww kella fetayshe
    Yes, many from those areas were brought in by buses.

    Still, while those among the protesters who started throwing rocks in ISF direction can hardly be designated, yet those who appeared organized and ready once the ISF advanced towards Saifi, were clearly seen coming out in groups from inside Saifi streets. Hence clearly Kataeb.

    It’s all orchestrated... I watched it all simutaneously on all TVs...Same people shouting now on TVs are those who were sticking around TV cameras earlier, giving statements to one TV crew after another...Same ones always on TV, playing roles around!
     
    loubnaniTO

    loubnaniTO

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    You are making a big assumption that the so-called "momena3a" exists. You have Berri, who is in total alignment with Hariri and Joumblatt, nurturing and covering corruption since 1992, then you have HA and their frafit that only care about maintaining their arms and being a strategic extension to Iran in Lebanon (and pay lip service to the concerns of hte poor) and then you have FPM, God knows what they are focused on given how incredibly confusing their strategy and communication is. Berri and HA will always side with Hariri against FPM if that suits their needs (i.e. continuing corruption and continuing to act as an independent state within a state). Unfortunately, Lebanon is lost. The youth is realizing it and trying to do one last stand but I'm not sure what they can do. My heart goes to them, my head keeps me thousands miles away.
    i totally agree. But what i'm saying is that if the "moumena3a" side is worried about the resistance, and being backstabbed by the government, they have the majority and they can vote it down. Outside of the "resistance", the moumena3a is just like all the other corrupt politicians.
     
    insensible

    insensible

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    Protesters coming from North to let their voices heard. They don't want anyone back including Hariri.
     
    loubnaniTO

    loubnaniTO

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    صدامات متواصلة بين قوات مكافحة الشغب والمتظاهرين في وسط بيروت حتى ساعات الفجر الاولى
     
    SeaAb

    SeaAb

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    2al l revolutionaries were celebrating that they forced the government to resign. Hala2 fehmo inno SH resigned to use their protests as leverage to return with a more favorable power structure. Sa7 l nom...
     
    Abou Sandal

    Abou Sandal

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    Sulta militias managed to turn a real people’s original protest into a ball, in a regional football championship match.
     
    Robin Hood

    Robin Hood

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    I just don't like how the army is held to a saintly standard. They are getting paid to do their job, and like many other professions, theirs happens to come with risks.

    This obsession with the army is just a Lebanese thing.
    Have you met an Israeli?
     
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