Kataeb MP Elias Hankache on Monday renewed his call for the government to step down, pointing out that the real mayhem will ensue of the Cabinet’s continued presence and not from its resignation as intimidating remarks are depicting.
“All the ruling authority’s components are the real vacuum which submerged the country in partitioned shares dividing it like a block of cheese, drowned it in political chaos, constitutional and sovereignty violations in its monetary and economic policies,” Hankache told the Kuwaiti Al-Anbaa newspaper.
“Lebanon is standing on the edge and the image is blurred and dim. No one knows where things will get to but people’s determination will win at the end,” Hankache stressed.
“People’s will is stronger than their usual tactics of letting saboteurs loose on the streets in order to sabotage the uprising,” he blasted.
“The revolution is spontaneous lacking a political command or leadership,” he stated, noting that Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah’s accusations brought against the revolution and protesters are an impure evaluation.
The lawmaker hailed Bkirki’s demand for the government’s resignation and the formation of an independent government of specialists.
“Those in power should be keen on what lies ahead and depart today with dignity instead of leave later on with a negative imprint”
“With respect to the Presidency, President Michel Aoun’s speech was aloof from reality and the Lebanese people’s aspirations,” he criticized, mentioning that Aoun should’ve addressed protesters since day one.