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#Hezbollah won't accept a govrnmnt led by its group, never. It has to be a gov of most politically parties. Also, with an early election, Hezbollah won't risk exclusion in any future gov coz most Shia will vote for it if,only if there will be elections.
A technocrat government should be led by a non political Prime Minister. Therefore @saadhariri, as a political party leader, is not the person to lead a future government. Moreover, all those calling for a new election, the question is and will remain:

Which electoral law?
@saadhariri A non-sectarian and one district for the entire #Lebanon will damage the Christians and Muslims in #Lebanon will be delighted to accommodate protestors request in this direction.

I wrote about it in my latest article.

@saadhariri I am concerned about armed youngsters taking over some roads, and change the course of events in #Lebanon.

The country needs one full shipment of weapons to go into the unknown.

Like in #Syria, protests start with right-peaceful demands but never ends in the same way in ME.
@saadhariri The Lebanese Army commander is not honest when saying "he needs the government approval to protect the roads and dislodge protestors from main axis".

The article N.3 has been declared, putting all sec forces on a state of alert and giving extra bonuses to all forces for this.
@saadhariri Consequently, the Lebanese Army has no right to be present in #Beirut without this article 3 that permits the Army to use all means too defend the country and establish local security.

The Army commander is more aiming to become a President rather concerned about the security.
@saadhariri If General Aoun, the Army chief, continue with this policy, there will be no country, #Lebanon, to look after.
@saadhariri Ex-PM @saadhariri believes he can hijack protestors's cause. #Lebanon still remember his late father who landed in the country with $3 billion & died with $16 billions.

Hariri has protected Fouad Sinioura, an ex-PM & one of the most corrupted politicians

@saadhariri Protestors asked @saadhariri and his government to leave. He is part of the problem and not the "Hero of the protestors".

But this is #Lebanon.

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