Who disrupts the judiciary in Lebanon? And for whose interest? The answer to the first question is clear. It is the controlling ruling system that obstructs the judiciary, and its tool for this is a binary of hope – Hezbollah. Note that the desire to disrupt the judiciary is shared by a large number of the regime’s forces, starting with the Free Patriotic Movement and ending with the Marada movement.
The whole system is involved in one way or another in the crime of the era, i.e. the bombing of the port, and in other crimes. But only the duo dare say and state what they think. His standing in the face of the judicial investigator could strengthen his position within his sect, which would make him gain additional points in the elections, while other components, especially the Christian ones, are crowded out and cannot apparently manipulate a dangerous and explosive issue such as the issue of the port bombing.
In any case, obstructing the judiciary through the Minister of Finance’s reluctance to sign the partial judicial formations decree has a clear and one goal: to prevent the judicial investigator, Judge Tariq Al-Bitar, from completing his investigations into the port crime, all the way to preventing criminals and accomplices from being tried. But the date of reckoning is approaching, and it will be on the fifteenth of next May. Therefore, dear Lebanese, your country needs you, and the electoral duty is calling you. Participated massively in the upcoming parliamentary elections, as “your voices are our legitimate weapon so that we can sit and stay.”