Lebanon in the hands of 17 member Cabinet
In Lebanon, the Christian community is by far the most anxiously saddened community in need of a President.
The army handling the situation on the streets do give some sort of comfort, while the government ought to decide with Mar Nasrallah Boutros Sfeir on a new President.
This blogger feels, that any coming President, is out of their league and potential in resolving the problem of disarming Hezbollah, by force.
Today’s vacant seat is a disappointment that out speaks me.
I ask Docteur Samir Geagea, “What government in the world will recognize a president who gets elected by a 50 +1 vote? who?” Is the U.S. alone enough?
In Middle Eastern news, the Pope Benedict, granted Iraq its first ever Cardinal, Emmanuel III Delly, the Baghdad-based Patriarch of Babylon of the Chaldeans.
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