MP Nadim Gemayel indicated, in a ceremony held upon the 34th anniversary of his late father, Bashir Gemayel’s election as president of the Lebanese republic, at Azrieh School in Ashrafieh, that coexistence in the country was threatened, and so was social security.

“The situation is very dangerous. Lebanon is in danger,” he said.

“Not only are the entity and the nation threatened, but also the dignity of citizens,” he indicated.

“Lebanon is without a president. There is no real effective government. And there is no parliamentary life. Moreover, more than half of the Lebanese are migrants,” he remarked.

“Terrorism is at threshold, while there are no growth, no investments, no tourism,” he deplored.

“The Lebanese youth are being killed in Syria; Hezbollah’s statelet, weapons, wars, terrorism, economy, and disruption of the political and democratic life, are the reasons undermining the nation,” he considered.

“We are committed to filling the presidential vacuum,” he concluded.

Source: National News Agency

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MP Nadim Gemayel indicated, in a ceremony held upon the 34th anniversary of his late father, Bashir Gemayel's election as president of the Lebanese republic, at Azrieh School in Ashrafieh, that coexistence in the country was threatened, and so was social security. 'The situation is very dangerous. Lebanon is...