Lebanon’s Problems Caused by Hezbollah

Former Prime Minister Fouad Siniora reiterated that Lebanon was hijacked by Hezbollah, stressing that the country could not be restored without the return of the rule of state.

“The problem is Hezbollah; it is no longer permissible to ignore the perpetrator,” he said, asserting that the state “no longer enjoys the free decision.”

Siniora considered that the election of President Michel Aoun to power “messed up the role of the Presidency of the Republic,” pointing out that the president should be the symbol of the unity of the Lebanese in line with the Constitution.

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