Houry: dialogue table decisions cannot be applied until president is elected

MP Ammar Houry assured, in an interview with the Voice of Lebanon 100.3 – 100.5 radio station, that “the Senate idea is mentioned both in the Taif and the constitution; it is a key reform step,” saying it is never too late to discuss this suggestion.

The MP stressed that full proportionality could not be discussed in the presence of illegal weapons, rejecting “the link between the presidency and anything else.”

“The presidency is the real and compulsory passage for solving each pending issue,” Houry said, assuring that “the election of a president is the priority, and none of the decisions agreed upon in the dialogue session can be executed before the election of a head of state.”

Source: National News Agency

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