A brief of today’s news bulletin:
“Kordahi will not resign because he needs the approval of his political supporters, including Hezbollah,” said Minister of Interior and Municipalities Judge Bassam al-Mawlawi, putting his finger on the wound of the government, whose decision is controlled by the due Amal and Hezbollah.
If the Lebanese disease is known and so is the cure, the question remains: Why did Najib Mikati went to Italy in search of a cure? Does Rome’s antidote cure the diseases of Tehran and its followers in Lebanon?
The answer to this question is that delusion is the bankrupt’s goods. Mikati used to issue bad checks, and all he does now is run forward and move backward!
Najib Mikati flees from reading the reality, the facts, and the real causes of the crisis, while the constant, certain and clear matter is that his government is without a roof and with many houses.
The Minister of Interior is counting on the Minister of Information’s resignation, and Prime Minister Mikati has counted on this before , while the Shiite duo is waiting for the day to dismiss Judge Tarek Bitar. Between these two situations, the President of the Republic and his ministerial team stand in a middle position, neither with Mikati nor with the Shiite due, and neither with the dismissal of George Kordahi, nor with Tariq Bitar’s dismissal.
Based on the foregoing, we are faced with three government houses: a house with the dismissal of Kordahi, a house with the dismissal of Bitar, and a house against the dismissal of Kordahi and against the dismissal of Bitar, and accordingly, the government is in a severe confrontation.