Hariri, the return an ointment for the wounds of Lebanon!?
NourNews – A look at Hariri’s promise to reorganize the economy and rebuild the ruins of the port of Beirut shows that the main purpose of the Western-Arab scenario is to authorize Hariri to be re-elected as prime minister, to confront the axis of resistance with the people, and to accuse groups close to Resistance to stoning of the process of regulating Lebanon’s economic situation.
Saad Hariri re-entered the Lebanese Prime Minister’s Palace on Thursday, winning 64 votes in parliament, after nearly a year away from the presidency. The luxurious prime minister’s building overlooking the port of Beirut is now very different from nine months ago, when Hariri was forced to leave it after widespread street protests over the corruption of politicians.
If Hariri succeeds in forming a cabinet, he will always have one of his top priorities on the other side of his office window. He must rebuild the port of Beirut, along with at least 30,000 housing units damaged by the blast, perhaps to breathe a sigh of relief into the half-hearted economy heavily dependent on the country’s tourism industry.
But this is not the whole story; As Saad Hariri left the Lebanese cabinet with about $ 100 billion in foreign debt, the staggering $ 15 billion cost of rebuilding the port of Beirut has now been added to that staggering figure for Lebanon’s weak economy.
In addition, the existence of hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees is a heavy burden on the Lebanese economy, for which it must find a solution as soon as possible. “Saad Hariri” said in his first speech after being appointed to form the Lebanese cabinet; Determined to live up to its promise to prevent the collapse of Lebanon, which threatens its economy, and to rebuild the damage caused by the explosion in the port of Beirut.
He has been in charge of forming a cabinet at the same time as Saudi Arabia, France and the United States, while he is to form the seventy-seventh Lebanese cabinet after the country’s independence from French colonialism, which is still France’s plan to pull Lebanon out of the political vacuum. It casts a shadow.
The plan, which was proposed during Emmanuel Macron‘s propaganda trip to Lebanon, was shrouded in ambiguity after the failure of Mustafa Adib in the cabinet formation process due to US and Saudi pressure, but now Saad Hariri is aiming to implement it.
Hariri has received permission from the Saudis to run for prime minister, but his predecessor, Mustafa Adib, was forced to resign due to US and Saudi pressure to remove Hezbollah from the cabinet. It remains to be seen to what extent Saad Hariri, who has formed a cabinet with the tacit consent of Hezbollah and the Amal movement and the allies of the Axis of Resistance in the parliament, will resist this demand of the Western-Arab axis.
Of course, this is not the only challenge facing Hariri, because after crossing this not-so-simple embankment, he has to prepare a specific plan to fight corruption; The same challenge that forced him to leave the Prime Minister’s Palace in November last year. This challenge will either bring him face to face with many of his politicians and allies during March 14 or he will face a new wave of popular demands.
Presenting the work plan of the new government after the formation of the cabinet is Hariri’s next challenge, because supporting the triangle of army, nation and resistance is one of the main points of the work plan of all governments after the 33-day war. This rule is no exception.
This time but; Hariri has agreed to take over as prime minister with the permission of the Saudi regime, and it is natural that he has made commitments to Riyadh in return for this permission.
In the current situation, which has caused a wave of public relations with the Zionist regime in some Arab countries, and Riyadh’s silence towards it has no meaning other than Al-Saud’s consent to this process, we have to wait and see if Hariri will support the resistance like previous governments. That by standing up to the majority of the people and the parliament, it will itself become a new lever of pressure on the resistance.
A look at Hariri’s promise to reorganize the economy and rebuild the ruins of the port of Beirut shows that the main purpose of the Western-Arab scenario scenario is to authorize Hariri to be re-elected as prime minister, to confront the axis of resistance with the people, and to accuse groups close to Resistance to stoning of the process of regulating Lebanon’s economic situation.
by Mohammad Ghaderi