MP George Adwan considered, in a TV interview on Sunday, that the Prime Minister-designate Mustapha Adib, “has benefited from the experience of the previous government (the caretaker government), and how it failed before the internal and external public opinion, and how the former prime minister was subjugated…and it seems that the PM-designate until now has not been drawn into the same mistakes.”
“It is assumed that PM-designate Adib will present his government formation tomorrow at Baabda Palace, as the deadline is almost ending,” Adwan added, addressing Adib with his advice, saying: “The opportunity that you have was not available for anyone during the past 15 years, and the circumstances allow you to form a government of specialization and no hand is placed on the decisions, so go ahead and all the Lebanese are with you!”
Adwan deemed that “if the former prime ministers have chosen quotas in the next government, they would be destroying themselves, the prospective government, and the designated prime minister.”
Referring to his parliamentary bloc, MP Adwan said: “We express the opinion of the Lebanese who believe in sovereignty, a sovereignty that is absolute…and by not naming Mustapha Adib, we conveyed the message that we are sovereign and our decision is in our hands.”
He also stressed that “in the constitution and in customs, all sects have the right to all ministries and to rotation, according to competence and specialization,” considering that “today we are continuing to implement some of what is available of the Taif Accord,” advising that “in light of the crisis we are living, we ought to go to a government with a specific mission and a specific program.”
“The correct approach is for there to be a government that gains confidence internally and internationally, and for a comprehensive financial and monetary plan to be set, which applies to all including the Central Bank…and after a month the international conference on aiding Lebanon will take place,” Adwan corroborated.
Source: National News Agency