The French Initiative [BREAKING: Mikati's New Government]

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LEBANESE-CIA

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actually it was due to Aoun’s support that HA has taken over the state. Christian cover remember? eveytime something happens FPM makes HA remember that we are covering you and your weapons. ka2ano HA fer2ane ma3o ya3ne.
it is something like that: I support you against any outside agression (when everyone left you) and expect from you to use this to your advantage to build the country and erradicate corruption from among your ranks and the ranks of your cousins and allies, but you used that to your own agenda and the state goes on life support And now i get the blame for being patriotic to build a country with (mafia deep state) who will never succumb to the idea of a real country built on justice law order equality prosperity ,,,,,

A miracle is awaiting....
 

flag-waver

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it is something like that: I support you against any outside agression (when everyone left you) and expect from you to use this to your advantage to build the country and erradicate corruption from among your ranks and the ranks of your cousins and allies, but you used that to your own agenda and the state goes on life support And now i get the blame for being patriotic to build a country with (mafia deep state) who will never succumb to the idea of a real country built on justice law order equality prosperity ,,,,,

A miracle is awaiting....

you proud that FPM was covering HA and its weapons for the state? This is wrong in principle and it is one of the causes why the state has collapsed. You have been covering their arms and activities for years. Those who are silent are to blame at time more than the criminals themselves. the state isnt worth the silence from FPM since 2006. The priorities are different and always have been different. sa7 l nom finally you understand but it is too late.
 
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أبو علي

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No it is not anymore after the new constitution. What the current president did is not constitutional but the people support it so he is getting away with it.

You meant some people, not the people!
What happened in Tunis is what happened to Egypt!

ejit el awemir la jaysh.. if we want to know what happened in tunis we have to ask france.
And this is how he is getting away with it!

As for the people you know very well what they wants and what they support!
 

SoFP1

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You meant some people, not the people!
What happened in Tunis is what happened to Egypt!

ejit el awemir la jaysh.. if we want to know what happened in tunis we have to ask france.
And this is how he is getting away with it!

As for the people you know very well what they wants and what they support!
Please tell us what the people want and support.
 

Raficoo

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BEIRUT: Prime Minister-designate Najib Mikati said Monday he had hoped for a quicker pace toward the formation of a new government and that his efforts would not be open-ended.

"I had hoped for a pace that was faster than this in the government (formation). It is a bit slow," Mikati said after a meeting with President Michel Aoun.

He also said he was against reshuffling of key ministries among sects, a key demand by Aoun.

Mikati, who also said his effort would not be open-ended, added that he would be meeting the president again on Thursday.


The market didn't take too kindly to this news. Dollar was 19350 and now it shot up all the way to 21000
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SeaAb

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Khallesna w step down Mikati, li ba3do....
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SoFP1

The Chosen One
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The election results told you already what..
hopefully by now people will learn that the real change they want can not be achieved through elections only!
Over 70% of the ppl elected this president. How much do you know about Tunisia? Have you ever been there?
 
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Danny Z

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Eh khalas, now you can talk about the country in depth :p
It was the biggest surprise by an 18 year old young guy nobody heard of. Just like Mikati who got appointed as a prime minister.
Finally we get a breeze and a fresh young generation to be on top.
 

أبو علي

Legendary Member
Over 70% of the ppl elected this president. How much do you know about Tunisia? Have you even been?

No, I have never been to Tunis but that doesn't mean we can not read the events happening there!

If he really has the majority support then he would have at least called for early parliament elections while he is at it but, clearly, this is not the case for now.

Al-Nahda tried to play it very safe to be accepted by their opponents and internationally by not taking too much power and to show that they are moderate and democratic but all this BS doesn't matter!

The reality is that the issue here is with the parliament election results.
What happened is the army got the orders from outside to make their moves.. like what happened in Egypt's coup!

If you don't see Egypt all over again then you are not looking!
Also Sisi played the game of having massive popular support, all tyrants play this same game!

As for the 70% + the presidential voter turn out was very low compared to the 2011 parliament election turn out!
Now obviously Al-Nahda was clearly losing public support for many obvious reasons since then!
You can clearly see that the elections turn out since 2011 turned down from 90% + to 40% low in 2019!

People expected more in 2011 for sure only to be turned down and starting to realize the BS that the same system is still in place and nothing really changed in the country!
Hopefully people like Nahda supporters and others will realize the BS of the western Democratic imported systems!

The 2011 will not be all in vain hopefully more of realization for the people and what they are dealing with!
Elections and adopting western colonial ideologies is definitely not it!
 

أبو علي

Legendary Member
I hope you realize the role of France trying to screw our people once again!
Let it be in Tunis or in Lebanon, not much different really!

If you love France so much then you shouldn't mind crooks such as Hariri or Mikati
 

SoFP1

The Chosen One
Orange Room Supporter
No, I have never been to Tunis but that doesn't mean we can not read the events happening there!

If he really has the majority support then he would have at least called for early parliament elections while he is at it but, clearly, this is not the case for now.

Al-Nahda tried to play it very safe to be accepted by their opponents and internationally by not taking too much power and to show that they are moderate and democratic but all this BS doesn't matter!

The reality is that the issue here is with the parliament election results.
What happened is the army got the orders from outside to make their moves.. like what happened in Egypt's coup!

If you don't see Egypt all over again then you are not looking!
Also Sisi played the game of having massive popular support, all tyrants play this same game!

As for the 70% + the presidential voter turn out was very low compared to the 2011 parliament election turn out!
Now obviously Al-Nahda was clearly losing public support for many obvious reasons since then!
You can clearly see that the elections turn out since 2011 turned down from 90% + to 40% low in 2019!

People expected more in 2011 for sure only to be turned down and starting to realize the BS that the same system is still in place and nothing really changed in the country!
Hopefully people like Nahda supporters and others will realize the BS of the western Democratic imported systems!

The 2011 will not be all in vain hopefully more of realization for the people and what they are dealing with!
Elections and adopting western colonial ideologies is definitely not it!
I've been living there on and off for over 15 years. No one wants al nahda anymore, even a lot of the ones that voted al nahda don't want them anymore. They have been all about corruption since day 1 after the revolution elections. Al nahda have had the country in a chokehold, placing all their ppl in key areas of the government (local and central). They have brought the country to its knees economically. It is the islamist MO. When you have nothing financial to lose, you turn to religion! They are on the brink of a financial collapse (similar to Lebanon). Their debt grew exponentially ever since el nahda took over (directly or indirectly through alliances).

Bottom line, Tunisia is a secular country, it cannot and will not be ruled by an islamist regime. El nahda are finished.
 

SoFP1

The Chosen One
Orange Room Supporter
I hope you realize the role of France trying to screw our people once again!
Let it be in Tunis or in Lebanon, not much different really!

If you love France so much then you shouldn't mind crooks such as Hariri or Mikati
Ma kteer titfalsaf, Lebanon and Tunisia are not the same. Ma ti7ke bi shi ma btifham fi.
 
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