Most “secret”

Source: Republic

Tarek Tarshishi

It is the “most secretive” produced by the recent parliamentary elections. all cases and benefits throughout the term of the new parliament.

Among the secrets of this “secret majority” is that the majority that elected Speaker Nabih Berri for a seventh term is different from the majority that elected his deputy, Elias Bou Saab, and the Secretary of Parliament, Representative Alain Aoun. . The majority that elected Berrin was among the deputies of the Democratic Rally, but they were surprised by the absolute majority (65 votes) who elected Bou Saab because they believed that their decision not to elect him would lead to his overthrow and the victory of the opponent his. Ghassan Skaf, who won 60 votes.

Some say the speed with which Bou Saab’s majority was formed in the same election session eliminated the possibility for Jumblatt MPs and others to play the role of “food egg”, which would lead this or that group according to them. political or private. interests, but choosing Bou Saab without His need for their voices made them reconsider the role they are betting on to really be the “heaviest egg”.

Some have concluded from the fact that the majority that elected Berrin, Bousaab and Alain Aoun that the majority in the new council, whether absolute or “super absolute”, will be formed at any time, regardless of whether it is a powerful and influential policy. force or coalition of a group of blocks and forces.

Another group of observers says that the right to run for the presidency of the Parliament and the entire legislative session showed the existence of three absolute parliamentary majorities with the speaker holding the cornerstone: the majority that elected Berri, the majority that elected Bou Saab against. MP Ghassan Skaf, and the majority that has now elected Aoun against “Al-Qawati” MP Ziad Hawat.

These majorities, says Parliament Kutb, showed that the calculation of the field by some political forces before the elections does not coincide with the calculation of the field, although the general scene of the parliament revealed after the elections that no single political group won. the majority despite some leaving the experience of law in the legislative kitchen with an impression on one of the secrets of the new parliamentary majority lies in two blocs: the “Strong Lebanon” bloc and the representative bloc “Forces for Change”. , along with a number of independent parliamentarians.

The facts have alternately shown that the “Strong Lebanon” bloc avoids some of its members from its central decision if the need arises at any time to choose another of the bloc wants, and the same applies to a part of change and independent parliamentarians. , meaning that all of them had their contribution to the electoral results that came Berri was re-elected to the presidency of the council without controversy and enabled Abu Saab to defeat Skafi, just as he enabled Alain Aun to defeat Hawat.

In the belief of some of the concerned that this scene will be withdrawn next Thursday in the parliamentary consultations that are obliged to nominate the person who will be in charge of forming the new government and the scene will appear more in the number of votes that will to be. is expected to be in charge of forming the government and it is likely that incumbent Prime Minister Najib Mikati will be in office by now, as the chances are slim, that he will be smaller than another option for which several blocs are working and political force. in anticipation of the day of the “big” consultations, as some call it. But what is not emphasized now is that in the ranks of some political forces there was a break-up, accompanied by mistrust and mutual accusations of responsibility for what ended the legislative kitchen elections, which brought to mind some of what the previous parliament witnessed. , as at the level of relations between some of the pillars of authority that emerged from that council, which everyone is aware of the conflicts that led to it, the country is still experiencing its negative consequences so far, whether at the level of political crisis or at the level of of the great financial, economic and vital collapse into which the country has entered since the autumn of 2019 and its chapters continue to this day.

And in the opinion of politicians who follow the current reality in light of similar government elections based on parliamentary elections, it is ridiculous to tell some people that the new government will be a transitional government and that there is no need to clash around it. , because the reality of the great collapse that the country is experiencing no longer gives anyone the luxury of talking about a transitional phase, because the phase The previous government, the expected government and the subsequent governments are all existential and fatal phases that impose responsibility. The current crisis is a crisis of fate of a country and people that requires practical solutions and carries no transition that depends on normal or semi-natural conditions.

They add that what the Mikati government has created is a path to be built, regardless of whether one side supports it or the other opposes it, and it can be developed and modified in order to push the country towards the detonation horizon. They emphasize that it can not be right for any party that opposes the appointment of this or that figure and comes the next day to seek participation in the new government, so the reality is that the crisis threatens the whole subject and the priority of all should cooperate for treat it, as there is now no time for strife or quotas, knowing that there is nothing else that everyone should possess other than sharing responsibility among themselves and sincere cooperation in achieving comprehensive national salvation.

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