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Houry: Mikati keen to have March 14 forces in cabinet
 
 
 
 
 
 
31-01-2011
 
Deputy Ammar Houry said on Monday in an interview with "Sharq" radio that the memo which Future bloc presented to Designated Prime Minister Najib Mikati included three definite questions to Mikati, also it included an introduction about the violation of national accord between the Lebanese through designation mechanism.

He added that the objection stemmed from the way Mikati was designated where a political group was able to impose its opinion on deputies who changed their opinion in the designation.

Houry condemned the vicious campaign that PM Saad Hariri was subjected to.

Houry said "we will not participate in the cabinet and March 14 will set an example of how the opposition will behave", pointing out that Designated Prime minister Najib Mikati was keen to have a cabinet which includes all forces of March 14.

Houry said that Saudi Arabia deals with Lebanon as a national case and did not take side with any group, adding that PM Hariri has best relations with Saudi Arabia and all Arabs.

Finally, he said "we should remember the martyrs particularly Martyr Hariri and his friends and their blood should not be wasted in order to protect the political life in Lebanon".

Meanwhile, Future parliamentary bloc MP Ghazi Youssef accused Monday resigned Telecommunications Minister Charbel Nahhas of behaving above the law by assigning the 'third generation” of telecommunications services to Ericson and Huawei companies, describing it as a 'suspicious” agreement.

MP Youssef recalled in a press conference Nahhas' announcement to launch the second phase of third generation of telecommunications services, assuring that he is not entitled of negotiating such a deal.

'Nahhas visited Sweden last September and signed an agreement with Ericson without informing the government,” he went on to say, describing the deal as 'suspicious particularly since investment expenditure by the state and government is public money.”

When the resigned minister was asked for a cabinet decree to approve the service, he claimed that the two operating telcom companies Alfa and MTC are owned by the state and don't need approval, also constituting a violation of the law, the Future lawmaker added.

Youssef pointed that Nahhas, when asked about how the state will pay $200 million, he replied that the state will not be paying for them but rather the two private companies.

'Mr. Charbel, you can't explain the law as u like or violate it as you like and you can't takeover public money for you will be held accountable,” he said, 'you are a caretaker minister and cannot spend public money.”
 
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