Lebanese camps agree on a Presidential Strategy
The inner circle has learned that a strategy has been set by ‘several‘ international observers, which was confirmed by the Speaker of Parliament Nabih Berri and MP Amin Gemayel and have coordinated amoung each others the steps to be taken for the presidencial ‘debate’ which starts on Tuesday, September the 25th, 2007.
The scenario will proceed so as to force rival camps on nominating a President.
All the MPs from the Majority are to head down to ‘Place de L’etoile‘ in Centre-ville [amid heavy protection by the Lebanese National Army]; and from the other side, a limited number from the Opposition will follow through, so as to not complete two thirds of the parliamentary seats.
The Patriarch would like to have a strong president recognized by all world leaders. Hence have a far majority in his s’election.
Many international influences are very much involved in Lebanon since U.N. Resolution 1559, and the smoke will clear out the relations between Syria and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the relations between Syria and France and the relations between Syria and the United States of America.
The inner circle would like to remind its readers that the Majority currently has 68 MPs out of 128.
The Lebanese parliament is set to make a hell of showdown on the international scene for the nomination of the new president of Lebanon.
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