Former President Amine Gemayel on Wednesday blamed the presidential settlement sealed three years ago for the current situation in Lebanon, deeming it as a selfish and transient deal that what built only on personal interests. “The settlement which was imposed on the Lebanese only took into consideration those who are part of it. It was only limited to specific political forces while being obtruded upon all the others,” Gemayel said in an interview with the Progressive Socialist Party-affiliated Al-Anbaa website.
Beirut Greek Orthodox Archbishop Elias Audi on Sunday demanded the government to turn all its promises into actions, stressing the need to declare a state of economic emergency and to have absolute allegiance for Lebanon only.
Head of the Kataeb's Economic and Social Council, Jean Tawile, on Sunday outlined the important role that the opposition can play in the political life of any country, stressing the need for it to enforce accountability.