Speaking at the end of a meeting held via Zoom, the 3 former prime ministers Nagib Mikati, Fouad Siniora and Tamam Salam addressed the current situation in Lebanon, denouncing “a deliberate policy aimed at destroying the structures of the Lebanese State in favor of agendas and projects that have become invisible to anyone “.
They notably alluded to the controversy within the judicial system between the public prosecutor, judge Ghassan Oweidat and the prosecutor of Mount Lebanon, judge Ghada Aoun, denouncing the latter to be supported “by a crowd of supporters applauding a judge who created a judicial power in his name “. The 3 men also denounced the attack, according to them, to “the interests of citizens, their property, their dignity and the rights of their citizenship, and to the detriment of justice”.
Former tenants of the Grand Seraglio addressed the Saudi decision to ban imports from Lebanon, believing that “Lebanon is becoming a platform for manufacturing, smuggling and smuggling drugs and smuggling into the Kingdom of Arabia” , which according to them “aim at the destruction of the Lebanese society and the Arab societies, at distorting the reputation, the role and the economy of Lebanon, and at destroying its economic relations with its Arab environment.
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