In today’s news bulletin:
The government situation has been resolved in principle, and Prime Minister Hariri will apologize tomorrow. The method adopted by the Prime Minister-designate to present the government formation to the President of the Republic confirms that he has finally made the difficult decision. And to hold him responsible for the disruption.
It is noteworthy that the meeting between the two men lasted less than half an hour, and Hariri did not mention that they discussed the formation, but rather that he is waiting for Michel Aoun’s answer tomorrow to build on what is required. Doesn’t all this mean that the apology will definitely come tomorrow?
Judicially, the Beirut port crime has turned from a humanitarian legal issue to a public opinion issue. The way the system handled requests to lift immunity and with permission to pursue revealed the hidden and stressed that the corrupt political class members are killed and they will do anything to obstruct the judicial process.
On the other hand, the families of the victims are continuing their movements and it seems that they will take ascending actions. The violence that has begun to appear in the way the security forces deal with the protesters to obstruct justice. The violence practiced by a clear political decision indicates that the pillars of the system have begun to annoy them with the popular movements because it strengthens the status of the judiciary and strengthens it in the face of the corrupt political class.
It is a fateful battle that the judiciary is waging against the deep state of corruption. If it wins with the help of people, it can turn into a road map for retribution from all the guilty culprits. The beginning was represented today by the Minister of Interior having to change his place of residence to escape the anger of the people. Will the new Lebanon be born from the ashes of the Beirut explosion crime?