Judiciary takes a stand against the party of armaments
In today’s news bulletin:
A judicial rebellion takes place at the forefront of the legal and political scenes, providing optimism in the midst of despair that force themselves on the Lebanese in their everyday lives.
An uprising for the judiciary’s dignity first, the souls of the martyrs second, and the supremacy of justice third, which resulted in six decisions of the highest judicial authority.
Suhail Abboud, President of the Supreme Judicial Council, led the General Authority of the Court of Cassation in rejecting pleas to fight with the state in the issue of the inquiry into the Beirut Port Blast. In connection with the conflict imposed by Hezbollah and the Amal movement between the judiciary and politics, the government is fighting for its life, and it is likely that Hassan Nasrallah, Secretary-General of Hezbollah, will announce its death by “euthanasia” impersonating the “doctor of death” in his televised speech this evening.
It is unclear if Najib Mikati would accept condolences in Cairo or Beirut. But the outcome is the same: the so-called “Salvation cabinet” has faded into obscurity, and Najib was unable to accomplish a miracle to save himself and his government. Hezbollah is brutal, and its victims are its allies rather than its adversaries.
The party of armaments targets its illegal weaponry at everyone except Israel, which he cherishes well… So, what exactly is this phony seasonal opposition that solely opposes its own countrymen?