Aoun Says No Return to Civil War, Warns against Political Interference in Port Probe


President Michel Aoun affirmed Tuesday that the repercussions of the latest security incidents are “folded,” and that “there is no going back to a civil war in Lebanon, despite the recurring disruptions.”

He stressed on the importance of setting up a mega centers to facilitate the voting process in the upcoming parliamentary polls “amid an economic crisis that might prevent many people from reaching their voting areas, leading to a very low turnout.”

Regarding the Beirut port blast, Aoun emphasized on the judiciaries’ independence and said politicians should not interfere in the investigations’ course.

Comments 4
Thumb justice 26 October 2021, 14:27

Bassil wants a mega-center, Aoun also wants a mega-center.

Bassil says the weather in March 2022 will be bad, Aoun confirms the weather will be bad.

Aoun is not the president of Lebanon but the president of a political good for nothing political party.

Thumb 26 October 2021, 16:31

True that !

Thumb SheikYerbouti 26 October 2021, 19:40

Regardless, the mega-centers are a very good idea that should be implemented ASAP. Also what Bassil or Aoun say they want and what they actually do are almost never the same thing.

Default-user-icon Libnani (Guest) 27 October 2021, 18:52

This guy has destroyed Lebanon.