October 17 Revolution

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

  • Stalemate - No govt will be formed

    Votes: 44 51.8%
  • New mini-government of specialists will be formed in less than 10 days

    Votes: 21 24.7%
  • Similar government with Hariri PM again

    Votes: 15 17.6%
  • Civil War

    Votes: 25 29.4%

  • Total voters
    85

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Legendary Member
What did the sulta parties get? Who allied with who? Is there a breakdown?
Tayyar and LF didn’t vote for sulta.
I know a lot of FPMers voted to Yassine as our battle for engineers order in 1995 when we succeeded to bring Assem salam and Hikmat dib. In time I was on ground.
communist Tayyar and HA were against PSP Amal LF moustahabl , kataeb and Syrian thugs.
Now PSP and LF joined our alliance of 1995.
Mabrouk
 

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سليم عون :" مبروك لنقيب المهندسين والأعضاء الجدد "
18JULY2021


A+A-
غرد النائب سليم عون قائلاً :" مبروك لنقيب المهندسين والأعضاء الجدد ولي بينهم العديد من الأصدقاء. المطلوب منهم اليوم العمل والنجاح، فليس لديهم أيّ حجة للفشل لا سمح الله، خاصة أنهم أصبحوا الأكثرية في مجلس النقابة."
 

!Aoune32

Well-Known Member
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Tayyar and LF didn’t vote for sulta.
I know a lot of FPMers voted to Yassine as our battle for engineers order in 1995 when we succeeded to bring Assem salam and Hikmat dib. In time I was on ground.
communist Tayyar and HA were against PSP Amal LF moustahabl , kataeb and Syrian thugs.
Now PSP and LF joined our alliance of 1995.
Mabrouk

who are the candidates? any list?
 

HmsBThn

Legendary Member
Tayyar and LF didn’t vote for sulta.
I know a lot of FPMers voted to Yassine as our battle for engineers order in 1995 when we succeeded to bring Assem salam and Hikmat dib. In time I was on ground.
communist Tayyar and HA were against PSP Amal LF moustahabl , kataeb and Syrian thugs.
Now PSP and LF joined our alliance of 1995.
Mabrouk

Is that official,? We didn't hear anything official and no presence in the elections?
We saw Amal and Mustaqbal tents.
 

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Legendary Member
Is that official,? We didn't hear anything official and no presence in the elections?
We saw Amal and Mustaqbal tents.
From my side I follow Tayyar and LF orders, yesterday both parties left the choice to their sympathizers electing who they want.
تنافس 8 مرشحين لمركز نقيب بلوائح، بعض منها غير مكتمل يترأسها كل من: "مرشح "تيار المستقبل" باسم العويني (النقابة وطنية مهنية)، المرشح المستقل عبدو سكريه (النقابة بيتنا)، ومرشح "الحراك المدني" عارف ياسين (النقابة تنتفض).
 

Al Muqawama

Legendary Member
In this picture there is a tent with FPM flag..

E6lOatWWUAMXC0M
 

!Aoune32

Well-Known Member
The full list of secular winners can be seen below

Head of the Order: Aref Hassan Yassine (5798 votes)

The branch presidents:

  • Joseph Shafiq Mushaileh for the presidency of the first branch (6166 votes)
  • Divina Michel Abou Joudeh for the presidency of the second branch (6337 votes)
  • Ali Hassan Darwish for the presidency of the seventh branch (6107 votes)
Membership of the General Assembly of the Order Council:
  • Ibrahim Hassan Hejazi (5638 votes)
  • Charles Raymond Fakhoury (5726 votes)
  • Camille Hana Hashem (5662 votes)
  • Youssef Salim Abou Karam (5701 votes)
  • Rabea Kamel Hassan (5587 votes)
  • Yasar Kamal Al Indari (5587 votes)
For membership of the Pension Fund Control Committee:
  • Salman Sobhi Al-Dubaisi (5712 votes)
  • Ahmad Tarek Al-Bassat (5809 votes)
  • Hassan Ahmad Kazma (5713 votes)
For membership of the Pension Fund Management Committee: Raymond Gabriel Khoury (6119 votes).

 

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Elnashra news
التيار الوطني الحر: نترك الحرية للناخبين في انتخابات نقابة المهندسين في بيروت
السبت ١٧ تموز ٢٠٢١ 22:11
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التيار الوطني الحر: نترك الحرية للناخبين في انتخابات نقابة المهندسين في بيروت


دعت هيئة المهندسين في التيار الوطني الحر المهندسين إلى "المشاركة الفاعلة في انتخابات نقابة المهندسين في بيروت التي ستجرى يوم غد الأحد 18 تموز 2021 لانتخاب نقيب جديد و10 أعضاء في مجلس النقابة دون أن يكون للتيار أي مرشح على أي مركز".

ولفتت الى انها "تترك حرية القرار لكل الملتزمين والمؤيدين في اختيار من يرونه مناسباً لناحية تاريخه المهني والنقابي وقدرته على تحقيق الاصلاح اللازم".
 

Apostate

Your will, my hands.
Orange Room Supporter
nchalla kheir.
the biggest test is the parliament elections.

Lets hope it happens to begin with... I have a feeling they will do alot of tricks to postpone it... security incidents? Elections funding problems? Fight over the current electoral law/need for new law? Will the diaspora vote this time (more costs)? and I feel that the diaspora has the biggest anti-sulta percentages nowadays.
For sure we can't generalize the syndicate results and project them into parliamentary elections, the general public isn't all educated engineers/doctors/lawyers (with respect to all professions) ... but its a good sign to start with.
 

!Aoune32

Well-Known Member
Lets hope it happens to begin with... I have a feeling they will do alot of tricks to postpone it... security incidents? Elections funding problems? Fight over the current electoral law/need for new law?
For sure we can't generalize the syndicate results and project them into parliamentary elections, the general public isn't all educated engineers/doctors/lawyers (with respect to all professions) ... but its a good sign to start with.

I think the LCP and all independent groups
need to push hard especially in the south. the once leftist stronghold needs to be reverted to pre 1980s.
 

Apostate

Your will, my hands.
Orange Room Supporter
I think the LCP and all independent groups
need to push hard especially in the south. the once leftist stronghold needs to be reverted to pre 1980s.

Recently I've been noticing some of my shi3a friends speak up openly against the thoune2i, although little numbers... but it has to start somewhere, those little numbers are enough to break the silence and dominance and eventually gain some momentum.
It started with 17th oct protests in Nabatiyeh and Kfarrouman, and now these voices have found their platform and ways to voice their opinions - mainly through parties like LCP (historically has a presence in our beloved south) and MMFD. Surprisingly alot of dedicated MMFD activists are secular shi3a, which is promising.
If those groups manage to breakthrough during the elections with even 1 MP in the south, it would be a good ground to work from in the future. The secular shi3a finally have an option!

If you follow twitter HAers, you'd easily notice their hate towards specifically MMFD - they hate MMFD more than LF/FM. They see the danger which MMFD poses to their dominance, maybe not in the near future - but eventually.
 

!Aoune32

Well-Known Member
Recently I've been noticing some of my shi3a friends speak up openly against the thoune2i, although little numbers... but it has to start somewhere, those little numbers are enough to break the silence and dominance and eventually gain some momentum.
It started with 17th oct protests in Nabatiyeh and Kfarrouman, and now these voices have found their platform and ways to voice their opinions - mainly through parties like LCP (historically has a presence in our beloved south) and MMFD. Surprisingly alot of dedicated MMFD activists are secular shi3a, which is promising.
If those groups manage to breakthrough during the elections with even 1 MP in the south, it would be a good ground to work from in the future. The secular shi3a finally have an option!

If you follow twitter HAers, you'd easily notice their hate towards specifically MMFD - they hate MMFD more than LF/FM. They see the danger which MMFD poses to their dominance, maybe not in the near future - but eventually.

The LCP was a dominant force in the 70s in the South and the Bekaa before Amal and HAs started killing them. To start of as you said there needs an MP in the south and the bekaa speaking their language. they need to break their stronghold. last elections jebo the whole 27 MPs.
 

HmsBThn

Legendary Member
The LCP was a dominant force in the 70s in the South and the Bekaa before Amal and HAs started killing them. To start of as you said there needs an MP in the south and the bekaa speaking their language. they need to break their stronghold. last elections jebo the whole 27 MPs.

Agree but the LCP is another extreme militia. We need modern reformists.
 

Savo

Active Member
Orange Room Supporter
Recently I've been noticing some of my shi3a friends speak up openly against the thoune2i, although little numbers... but it has to start somewhere, those little numbers are enough to break the silence and dominance and eventually gain some momentum.
It started with 17th oct protests in Nabatiyeh and Kfarrouman, and now these voices have found their platform and ways to voice their opinions - mainly through parties like LCP (historically has a presence in our beloved south) and MMFD. Surprisingly alot of dedicated MMFD activists are secular shi3a, which is promising.
If those groups manage to breakthrough during the elections with even 1 MP in the south, it would be a good ground to work from in the future. The secular shi3a finally have an option!

If you follow twitter HAers, you'd easily notice their hate towards specifically MMFD - they hate MMFD more than LF/FM. They see the danger which MMFD poses to their dominance, maybe not in the near future - but eventually.
My brother is MMFD and i am LCP. 😂
 
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