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Beirut – “Al-Quds Al-Arabi”: While the electric current is absent from many Lebanese regions Due to the harsh legalization resulting from the lack of diesel, while communications services may experience disruption or interruption if private generators stop, according to the Ogero statement, the state, instead of diverting its attention towards improving these vital services to people, is busy pursuing activists and opinion-makers.
At a time when the activist in the October 17 revolution, Rabee Al-Zain, has been detained for days, he has been summoned to investigate the Saraya of Batroun, the famous activist Pierre Al-Hashash, by filming videos attacking the President of the Republic, Michel Aoun, the Prime Minister Hassan Diab, and the President of the Free Patriotic Movement, Gibran Bassil, who was exposed Beaten and threatened days ago. In solidarity with the assassin, a number of young men and revolutionaries gathered in front of the companies to demand his release, and a problem occurred when supporters of one of the currents threatened the protesters and attacked one of the prominent figures in the protests of Jal El Dib Charbel Qai and his companion, Roy Kairouz. Activists asked how those who had been beaten to the massacre by Gibran Basil’s supporters were released and arrested.
Commenting on the arrest of the assassin, who refused to apologize for one of the videos and identified the presence of 7 lecturers in his right in the office to combat electronic crimes, the former minister Ashraf Rifi described the matter as “an additional coward act by the ruling mafia, which has electronic armies whose task is to be dignified”, noting that “The corrupt people who impoverished millions of Lebanese are taking Pierre Hashash.” He said: “All solidarity, and we call on the judiciary to release him immediately”, adding to the officials: “They considered the fate of totalitarian regimes.”
Likewise, MP Farid Haikal Al-Khazen pointed out that “police authority imprisoned peaceful activists, the reason being to attack them to the point of insults,” and in an implicit reference to the insults of General Michel Aoun previously said: “The authority forgot that it was the one who established this culture and then continued to starve and pillage the people.”
For his part, the deputy of Batroun, Fadi Saad, regretted that Batroun witnessed “an assault on citizens who wanted to peacefully solidify with Pierre Al-Hashash who was arrested. In my name and on behalf of the people of Batroun, I apologize to Charbel Qaei and Roy Kairouz who were attacked, and we confirm that the attack was alien to the people of Batroun.
From Batroun to Tripoli, a number of activists carried out a sit-in in front of the entrance to the Palace of Justice in Tripoli to demand the release of the activist Rabee Al-Zain and his companions, and chanted anti-power slogans, and condemned the policy of arresting the activists, stressing that they would continue their actions “until reaching a nation in which the citizen lives in dignity.”
In the tape of the daily protests, concrete truck drivers and mountaineers cut roads in the vicinity of Martyrs Square and the intersection of Muhammad Al-Amin Mosque and St. Maroun Gemayzeh Church in central Beirut to protest against the failure to allow the “Seven” cement company to invest its quarries in Kfarhazir, and drivers of public cars cut the road in front of the Ministry of Interior because of Low pricing and to demand an exemption from mechanical inspection.
While continuing to cross the Mazraa Al-Mazraa Road and the Al-Naameh Highway from time to time, the administration of the “Rafic Hariri University Hospital” announced that “due to the harsh conditions the country is currently going through in terms of technicians in electricity, which recently affected the Rafic Hariri University Hospital by subjecting it to the applicable legalization schedule , The hospital administration decided to take measures and measures to rationalize the consumption of electrical energy, including stopping the work of air-conditioning in all administrative offices and some corridors to give priority to patients in the interest of their health and safety..
In positions of these successive crises, he called “the meeting of Our Lady of the Mountain” and “the National Initiative Movement” to “hold a national meeting to launch a democratic political resistance against the Iranian occupation and its Lebanese arm, Hezbollah under the roof of the constitution, the Taef Agreement, Arab meetings, and international legitimacy”, and expressed “their sorrow” They were deeply affected by the fact that a number of citizens ended their lives in despair of their living conditions, “considering that “What they have done is a resounding slap in the face of a deaf, failed, irresponsible and conspiratorial authority over the future and destiny of the Lebanese. In a statement, the conferees called for “this authority, starting with the presidency of the Republic, to resign immediately”, and called on “opposition parties or those outside the authority today that have not moved, and have not submitted accountability to the government about its responsibilities towards the tragedies of the Lebanese to carry out their national duties, and not to wait for what is cooked behind the scenes”.
The conferees saluted the “bold and sovereign position of the Maronite Patriarch, Cardinal Mar Bishara Boutros Al-Rahi, who demanded the lifting of the siege on legality and the free national decision, and demanded the United Nations to work to re-establish Lebanon’s independence and unity, implement international legitimacy resolutions and declare its neutrality.”