With the exception of the Lebanese Forces, since they revealed their candidates’ identities in most seats, the political arena in Lebanon is experiencing electoral stalemate three months before the elections.
Without a doubt, Prime Minister Saad Hariri and the Future Movement’s unwillingness to complicate the coalitions, blocked them, and made them more difficult than the opponents before the allies.
So, is the delay in the issuance of nominations the product of a conspiracy to sabotage the elections, or is it the consequence of events on the domestic and regional fronts?
The Free Patriotic Movement, which has yet to name a candidate, attributes the delay to domestic elections.
How do the previous Lebanese Forces assess the stagnation in the rest of the political parties?
In such a failed nation, we should expect the unexpected. Now what about our economic, living, and even security situation?