الحريري من الامارات: قررنا فصل السياسية عن الاقتصاد وسأجعل لبنان مثل دبي

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أكد رئيس الوزراء سعد الحريري ان الحكومة وبناء على إجماع سياسي ستعمل على تنفيذ كافة الاصلاحات الواردة في مؤتمر "سيدر"، لافتا الى أن لبنان اتخذ قرارا بالعمل على عدم انعكاس الوضع الاقليمي على الاقتصاد اللبناني.

وقال الحريري في حوار مع الاعلامي عماد الدين اديب في القمة العالمية للحكومات في دبي "يجب ان يكون هناك وضوح لدى المستثمر كي يأتي ويستثمر في لبنان واهمها الاستقرار السياسي والامني. اليوم خلطت كل الاوراق واتخذنا قرارا في لبنان بعدم تأثير الوضع الاقليمي على الوضع الاقتصادي الداخلي واتخذنا قرارا في لبنان بفصل السياسة عن الاقتصاد الداخلي".

وأضاف "صحيح اننا غير راضين عن احزاب لبنانية تشارك في الحرب السورية لكن لا اريد ان يؤثر هذا الخلاف على الاقتصاد اللبناني".

وأكد أنه "اذا تمت الاصلاحات في لبنان فان هذا الامر سيؤدي الى مردود كبير جدا لاي مستثمر سيأتي للاستثمار في لبنان".

وعن جلسة الثقة لحكومته، قال الحريري "سنقوم بجهودنا والخيار الاخير للنواب. معظم الاحزاب موجودة في الحكومة ما يعني على الاقل 100 صوت لصالح الثقة.

وعن المرأة، أوضح "تمثل 54% من المجتمع اللبناني وعدم توظيفها واشراكها يشكل خسارة وبرأيي ان المرأة تقوم ببعض الاعمال افضل من الرجل. ويجب على اللبنانيين ان يتعودوا انه بامكان المراة استلام وظائف مهمة في الدولة وصولا الى رئاسة الوزراء".

وشدد الحريري على ضرورة حض الشباب والشابات خصوصا النساء ان يكونوا جزءا من ناتجنا القومي.

وتابع "الشيخ محمد بن راشد اراد ان تكون دبي مثل لبنان، وانا اقول اليوم انني اريد ان أجعل لبنان مثل دبي".

وفي ملف النازحين السوريين واللاجئين الفلسطينيين، قال "اذا وضعنا كل مشاكلنا على النازحين فنحن نكون نضحك على انفسنا"، سائلا "لماذا لا نستخدم الطاقات والنازحين الموجودين عندنا لتنفيذ المشاريع الاستثمارية عندنا خصوصا اننا نعلم ان النازحين في النهاية سيعودون الى بلدهم".

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Thumb lebanonforever 13:13 ,2019 شباط 10

Lebanon like Dubai??

Dubai craves what Lebanon was over 50 years ago...

Lebanon remains Blessed with natural beauty and a unique history along with (although slowly diminishing), hospitable loving unique mixed people with class (although slowly diminishing)..

Dubai tried to buy what Lebanon has lost...

I pray Lebanon never becomes what fake materialistic Dubai become

Thumb doodle-dude 13:51 ,2019 شباط 10

"I pray Lebanon never becomes what fake materialistic Dubai become"

lol @ the real genuine non-materialistic lebanese culture!

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lol @ fake materialistic Dubai:)!

Thumb lebanonforever 15:21 ,2019 شباط 10

You've totally misunderstood my point...

The Lebanese lawyers fly to Dubai to represent their local drug and prostitution problems.

The Lebanese taught them real estate, banking, business etc

The Lebanese are victims of our lack of governance...

It's so sad that money has become the sole focus of wealth.
Lebanese have historically been poor in material but rich in principle culture etc..
Dubai through a recently educated government achieved some of what Lebanon had 50 years ago.

Lebanese are victims of their choice of voting corrupt politicians..

But Lebanese are also the victims of its neighbouring problems..

Dubai has not 1 refugee and every foreign worker (up to 80%) is politely deported at their retirement age...

Dubai is nothing near Lebanon historically and will forever envy our past and do its best to keep us from recovery...
Think about that fellow Lebanese

Thumb janoubi 17:42 ,2019 شباط 10

"Dubai has not 1 refugee and every foreign worker (up to 80%) is politely deported at their retirement age..."

Syrian refugees arrived in Lebanon due to government incompetence back in the middle of 2011. Where was Lebanon in 2011 and where was Dubai?

Dubai has a retirement program and if you buy an apartment/real estate you are given residency as long as you own that property.

Nations are not only measured by their past but by their present and future.

Thumb justin 14:15 ,2019 شباط 10

This would never happen in 'materialistic' Dubai!

استغربت مراجع أمنية رفيعة المستوى محاولة احد نواب منطقة الجنوب التدخل لإخراج شخص متهم بإختلاس الأموال، وقال المرجع للنائب: “ما تتدخل القصة كبيرة، واذا طلع، نحنا كلنا رايحين عالبيت”.
https://www.lebanese-forces.com/2019/02/10/money-27/

Thumb ex-fpm 13:34 ,2019 شباط 10

Hariri: I Want to Make Lebanon Like Dubai

In Dubai there is law and order and hardly any corruption. In Dubai there is no iranian sectarian criminal organization calling itself 'resistance'. In Dubai you have officials who have vision, leadership, and values; something Lebanese officials from top to bottom lack. That is why Lebanon will never be like Dubai.

Thumb ashtah 14:06 ,2019 شباط 10

Add to that: Dubai has a functioning government. They don't have polluted beaches, trash and garbage on the streets. They have functioning infrastructure, functioning airports and ports. Land at Dubai airport and land at Beirut airport and see the difference. In Dubai there is citizenship as opposed to nepotism/sectarianism in Lebanon.

The Lebanese think they are smart and they can circumvent the law. That is part of the Lebanese culture. Have you seen how the Lebanese queue at an airport, how they board a plane, how they disembark from a plane?

Let's stop blowing our own trumpet. We have nothing to be proud of.....

Thumb lebanonforever 15:27 ,2019 شباط 10

another thing, maybe I'm a little older... I've travelled to over 40 countries...

Lebanese are slowly being bought or sold depending on the angle you look at it..

When you lol, you're lol'ing at yourself as many on here have big opinions but repeat the curse of voting the same rulers for several hundred dollars over past 40 years

Thumb whyaskwhy 17:39 ,2019 شباط 10

Not sure what the argument is about above guys? We all want to see Lebanon regain its former glory. For the PM to say he wants Lebanon to become similar to Dubai is just a figure of speech. What Lebanon needs is not taller buildings or a bigger airport but a cultural change. One that educates the people to become Lebanese first and abide by the laws second. Were a conglomeration of various sects all hating each other under the guise of being the same people. When you reach a point of separation of State and the Church/Mosque then you maybe able to strive to become a better nation. Meanwhile these statements are just figures of speech and whether Dubai or Seoul is better than Lebanon is subjective. Besides we have better humus than they do lol.

Thumb lebanonforever 00:48 ,2019 شباط 11

Very sad reading many of the above comments happily bagging our country that can still rival most..

Hariri shouldn't insult us Lebanese and crave to be a fake place like any Gulf contradiction as Dubai.

You're all bagging your own and insulting your own forefathers when you clap your hands for this crap.

If you and I all vote our current corrupt politicians out, Lebanon will recover within 2 years...

Choices my friends... choices...