MP Gebran Bassil, leader of the Free Patriotic Movement, intensifies his appearance in order to tighten the electoral nerve, launching an attack on the sovereign forces capable of advancing Lebanon and liberating it from Iranian hegemony.
Bassil has no choice but to lie and resort to fictitious accomplishments in the electricity file, which has demonstrated his failure and his current administration’s failure since 2009.
The President of the Republic, Michel Aoun, supports Bassil in his electoral battle, mobilizing his influence in the presidency and all the departments, ministries and security services that please him, in order to ensure the success of Bassil and his movement in the upcoming parliamentary elections scheduled for May 15.
In this context, judicial sources warn, via Sawt Beirut International, that the covenant is exploiting the judiciary to boost the popularity of his son-in-law and stimulate files against opponents and all those who oppose the Free Patriotic Movement.
According to sources, as the election date approaches, President Aoun may resort to opening files, and even inventing tactics through Judge Ghada Aoun, as happened with bank owners, in order to persuade citizens that the covenant is “so effective” in combating corruption.
According to the sources, the matter will lead to obstruction and postponement of the elections, effectively killing two birds with one stone by delaying the elections, which are not in his best interests.
The sources express their displeasure with Judge Ghada Aoun’s latest measures taken, who works under the orders of the President of the Republic rather than the judiciary and commits judicial violations without accountability.
In a nutshell, such behaviors occur after all polls show that the movement’s popularity has declined significantly, causing it to lose a significant number of parliamentary seats, as evidenced by Bassil’s highly-worded speech and his visit to Hezbollah to promote its electoral status and begging from the party for a few seats that bring the party’s votes.