Would Hezbollah Agree with "Hariri" Election Deal?

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 12 March, 2017
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Lebanese sources close to the "March 8" alliance and "Hezbollah" revealed, on Sunday, that the coalition is close to the Syrian regime and Iran plans to accept swaps with Prime Minister Saad Hariri on the parliamentary election law.

Leaked information recently stated that "Hariri" is seriously considering the completion of a new settlement with "Aoun" and "Hezbollah" about the approval of the election law of relativity  to conduct the parliamentary elections in exchange for guaranteed chair of prime minister.

Hezbollah’s Complacency!

"The coalition forces of (March 8) and (Hezbollah) relieved of the performance of the Government of Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri, and the effort to resolve the intractable files in the country ", in reference to pave the principle of acceptance of the swap, a source reported with no names mentioned.

The stressed that "We do not mind that (Hariri) to be head of government after the elections," a reference to the political understanding and the continuation of the settlement leads to the survival of both presidents Nabih Berri and Hariri in their position, throughout the era of President Michel Aoun.

On February 20, 2017, Lebanon has entered for the first time in history, a legislative vacuum, because of the intensification of the differences between the dysfunctional political forces on the election law, which will take place on the basis of the parliamentary elections.

Regional deal

Prominent  Lebanese sources confirmed that "there is no fear on the presidential settlement in Lebanon, which led to the election of General Michel Aoun, as the President of the Republic and the return of Prime Minister Saad Hariri to the Serail."

The sources added: "The settlement hold and fortified by the Iranian-Saudi compatibility in a number of regional issues, including Lebanon, which began its features from Iraq as Saudi Arabia got ambassador back to Baghdad, whose prime minister belongs to the Tehran axis," according to the newspaper "al-Dyar."

The official sources in Lebanon said recently that argues returned between "Hariri" and "Aoun" because of the parliamentary election law, which threatens the New Era in Lebanon.