Qaouq: We Want Govt. that Wins Confidence of People on Streets, in Homes

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Hizbullah Central Council member Sheikh Nabil Qaouq on Sunday said that hisQaouq: We Want Govt. that Wins Confidence of People on Streets, in Homes

Hizbullah Central Council member Sheikh Nabil Qaouq on Sunday said that his party wants a government that would “win the confidence of people present on the streets and in their homes.”

“We are very keen on the formation of a trustable salvation government that possesses the ability to stop the collapse, corruption and the waste and theft of public money,” Qaouq said.

“It should win the confidence of those inside the country before it wins the confidence of the foreign parties,” he added.

“Some individuals are thinking how they will win the confidence of America and (U.S. President Donald) Trump, but we want a government that would win the confidence of people present on the streets and in their homes. We want a government that would listen to the demands of these people and would be entrusted with the country’s interests,” Qaouq explained.

The Hizbullah official also described the upcoming visit to Lebanon by U.S. official David Hale as “poisoned and ominous because it aims to incite the Lebanese against each other and ignite strife.”

“It also targets Lebanon’s strength in the face of the Israeli enemy,” he charged.

party wants a government that would “win the confidence of people present on the streets and in their homes.”

“We are very keen on the formation of a trustable salvation government that possesses the ability to stop the collapse, corruption and the waste and theft of public money,” Qaouq said.

“It should win the confidence of those inside the country before it wins the confidence of the foreign parties,” he added.

“Some individuals are thinking how they will win the confidence of America and (U.S. President Donald) Trump, but we want a government that would win the confidence of people present on the streets and in their homes. We want a government that would listen to the demands of these people and would be entrusted with the country’s interests,” Qaouq explained.

The Hizbullah official also described the upcoming visit to Lebanon by U.S. official David Hale as “poisoned and ominous because it aims to incite the Lebanese against each other and ignite strife.”

“It also targets Lebanon’s strength in the face of the Israeli enemy,” he charged.

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Comments 6
Thumb s.o.s 15 December 2019, 17:28

Every week, the terrorists change their rhetorics.... Flip flop Jumblatt style.

Thumb lubnani.masi7i 15 December 2019, 18:26

The ONLY government that would win the confidence of the people is one that excludes you and your terror group and cult.

Thumb lebnanfirst 15 December 2019, 23:07

Not really, @lubnani.masi7i didn't forget a thing. It is you who are purposely forgetting and avoiding the new facts.
Only a small percentage of Lebanese Shiites now support Hizbullah. Given the bloody history between HA and Amal, I think it is safe to say Amal Shiites are not prepared to go down in flames with HA Shiites.

So you're talking 10% of Lebanon's population at best.

Keep crying for Iran double coward.

Thumb the-truth 15 December 2019, 18:44

If that's what you really want then pack your bags and go back to Iran where you belong.

Thumb thepatriot 15 December 2019, 22:16

Mastica...wrong. If you think that all your sect stands by Ebola you are very very wrong. Most of them fear them yes. But they do not stand by them, and we are witnessing this every day in the Bekaa or in Nabatiyye...

Thumb Mystic 15 December 2019, 23:06

The ones you are talking about demonstrated against corruption, not against Hezbollah.
If you think a handful of people counts as a whole sect, then you are very dillusional and you should think about the facts on the ground.

Even people in my family protested, but that was against the corruption, when they realized this is for American goals, they quit.