Bullying and thugs wreak havoc on the Dentists’ Syndicate elections, ultimately to its extinction. Fabricated issues, contradictions and ballot box destruction as Hezbollah and Amal party operatives invaded to disrupt vote counting. One of the dentists’ photos was circulated on social networking sites as a result of his involvement in what occurred.
As a result, the elections were canceled, and the same situation was used to cancel the teachers’ union elections in private schools, although the disruptive activity occurred 48 hours before the votes.
A rehearsal in two copies that does not bode well, bolstered by the dissemination of information regarding the completion of a precise strategy to attack the legislative elections.
Will elections be held, and if so, under what conditions? A significant question that raises more than a question mark, the powers that be openly demand the conducting of elections while working behind the scenes to destabilize them, and what occurred with the expatriates is the finest evidence of that.
Meanwhile, sources told Sawt Beirut International that the Constitutional Council’s General Assembly will reconvene this week, provided that it will resume its session for 15 days to make a final judgment on the prepared report on the challenge to the election law revisions. Will the quorum of eight members of the Constitutional Council be achieved, or will the divisions render the law ineffective?
In any event, Lebanon enters the election era with a wide open door, s get ready for all events!