Poll Question: What should be solution out of the deadlock?

What should be a solution out of the deadlock

  • Aoun should wait it out until he can name 10 ministers. Hariri should only have 6.

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Aoun should name 8 ministers only, Hariri gets 2 Christian ministers. Maintain 8-8-8.

    Votes: 2 15.4%
  • Do nothing, Aoun should not enter in governement with Hariri no matter what. Status quo until May

    Votes: 1 7.7%
  • FPM and LF resign from parliament - force early elections

    Votes: 6 46.2%
  • Military Coup - early elections

    Votes: 4 30.8%

  • Total voters
    13

Aegon

Well-Known Member
We should have a poll, please make public.

Everyone is blaming the other but no one is providing realistic solutions. Lets see where everyone stands. These are the available realistic options on the table as I see it. Lets remember any governement that gets formed should only last until elections scheduled for May 2022 (11 Months).

What do you want?

1. Aoun should wait it out until he can name 10 ministers. Hariri should only have 6. Even if this means no government until May 2022.
2. Aoun should name 8 ministers only, Hariri gets 2 Christian ministers. Maintain 8-8-8. No one has veto.
3. Do nothing, Aoun should not enter in governement with Hariri no matter what. Status quo until May 2022.
4. FPM and LF resign from parliament - force early elections
5. Military Coup - early elections
 
It is all a game orchestrated by HA li ta3win qiwa l solta.

Berry and Bassil are bashing each other on purpose because they think that christians would side with bassil against berry.
But unbeknownst to them, Christian hate Bassil as much as they hate berry,
 

shadow1

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
There is no feasible way out at least for the next three decades unless one of two things happen:

1 Hizbullah gives up its arms and we all know that the ideological nature of that party is entwined with death and destruction.

2- Everyone who has ever held a public office in any govt entity in any capacity and was earning more than 3M LL before the collapse of currency, dies in a blast or gives up his Lebanese citizenship and retries to the shores of Lake Baikal never to be seen or heard of again.

Short of those two conditions, Leb leaders are not fit to run a ghost town with only a dead cat living in it. I have been saying that since 2005.

Elections will change nothing but recycle tested failures. A waste of time because the failure does not only rest with leadership, the base is just as corrupt and, collectively, as inept.

So If the Lebanese peopleS want a way out let them sign a petition asking the UN to administer the country for a century or two until the people living there adhere to one single sect. At least one evidently has more tolerance for corruption perpetrated by people from his/her own sect than it it is from the others.

I know who will prevail in the end.
 
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