I agree nobody is saying Franjieh is right, but wondering why people are not protesting there, come on, people went to protest in Ain el Tineh, they got beaten up, they protested last week in front of Miqati's house, they were beaten up ....Not sure the term "regular people" is specific enough, I think any non-partisan falls into the set of regular people even if they are supportive of a political party.
By "them", I mean the non-partisans who are as neutral as possible. Those that are the least affectionate and the least hating towards political parties.
Those people would have the super power of forming decisions without having their emotions interfere.
They can base their opinions on facts regardless of who is saying what.
Judicial cases and reform plans should not be degraded into "political battles".
Those are not "personal".
If we say FPM is right in this specific case, it doesn't mean we are giving them carte blanche forever.
Maybe Sleiman is right also, maybe his childhood friends have been framed and the judical system has no right to question them.
As truly neutral people, don't they care enough to investigate such claims?
and these are some of their statements
Yes some people are not optimistic that anything will happen because our justice system is rigged, that does not make them supporters of corruption.