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Hajjar: Iran does not want president in Lebanon
 
 
 
 
 
 
04-02-2016
 
MP Mohamad Hajjar, member of the Future Parliamentary Bloc, considered on Wednesday that Iran intentionally blocked the presidential elections in Lebanon and Tehran has made Hezbollah in charge of justifying its actions.

In an interview for Al Sharek Radio, the MP expressed regrets that Hezbollah has been putting first the Iranian interest, calling the party to go to Parliament to vote for their candidate.

"Hezbollah imposes two choices: either the election of MP General Michel Aoun, or open vacuum (...) 8 February session will be an assessment of the intentions," he added.

Meanwhile, Sheikh Abdullatif Derian received on Wednesday at Dar El-Fatwa Minister of Justic Ashraf Rifi with talks featuring high on the latest local updates.

Rifi stressed that former Minister Michel Samaha's case was of national importance and bore no adjournment "as it tampers with our security, the safety of our children and Lebanon's coexistence and stability."

Rifi pledged conclusive action in this regard, assuring that the security of Lebanon and the Lebanese are not to be underestimated.

Asked whether Samaha's case will be referred to the judicial council, Rifi promised the Lebanese to follow up on this case until the end.
"Its referral is the cabinet's responsibility. We expect certain political forces or parties to hamper this referral, but we will do whatever it takes to finalize this dossier," Rifi said.

Tackling the presidential elections and the media rumors saying no president will be elected unless an internal incident occurs or a regional shift happens, the Minister said "the second option is more likely. The president must be locally chosen, and the election must be a national cause but, unfortunately, in our case, Iran has decided to derail the elections... Iran wants a president that fits both its regional agenda and interests."

"I see no elections happening soon. We are headed toward further vacuum and that tampers with our country's stability and its economic cycle," he said regrettably.

"I am totally against having presidential candidates from the March 8 camp. March 14 is more deserving of this as it made sacrifices for that end," he concluded.
 
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