| 12 April 2024, Friday |

Gemayel: what the Lebanese are suffering today,largely caused by Hezbollah.

The head of the Kataeb Party, Sami Gemayel, saw that there is complete control of the mafia, with all its branches, over all joints of institutions, stressing that what the Lebanese live in is largely caused by Hezbollah.

The head of the Lebanese Kataeb Party, Sami Gemayel, stressed that “the current authority does not work for the interest of the Lebanese people, but rather for its own interests,” noting that “the Phalanges’ deputies submitted their resignations when they realized that they had no ability to change or influence,” stressing that “ Our place is next to the people to claim their rights. ”

Gemayel announced, during an exclusive interview with Live Now, that “there is complete control of the mafia, with all its branches, over all the joints of institutions. This is what is required today to reproduce power again and give the Lebanese an opportunity to hold these officials accountable for their performance during the upcoming parliamentary elections,  the people will change the system in the ballot boxes,” adding: “The Lebanese people today are impoverished, and have lost all their purchasing power and their money deposited in banks, as well as losing their sovereignty and independence, and here he is witnessing today the rulers are disregarding his life, Therefore, the least thing is to hold them accountable, so I am convinced that the upcoming elections will involve harsh accountability for all this political system. ”He called for“ protecting the elections and preventing the unemployed from postponing the elections, which is an extension of the people’s sufferings.
Regarding the issue of forming the government, he pointed out that “Hariri will not be able to form the government he wants without yielding to the conditions imposed on him,

Gemayel asserted that “what the Lebanese live in is largely caused by“ Hezbollah ”and its weapons, saying:“ The presence of weapons makes any foreign or domestic investment difficult, as no one invests in a country where there are armed parties that can drag the country towards war at any time. In addition to the intervention of “Hezbollah” in the Gulf countries, Arab and European countries, which made Lebanon isolated on the Arab and international levels, pointing out that “Hezbollah obstructs a large part of reforms, an example of which is border control,” wondering “whoever carries out commercial and financial operations across borders. By smuggling subsidized materials to Syria and financing himself there, is it not “Hezbollah”?