Kataeb leader Samy Gemayel on Wednesday sounded the alarm over the policy adopted by the political authority, warning that it has started to rule the country in a dictatorial way. "There is real threat that Lebanon becomes a country ruled by a cartel that is ready to use its power to suppress any opposition," he said in a press conference held in Saifi.
Kataeb’s Second Deputy-President Salim Sayegh Tuesday stressed that Lebanon’s future cannot be decided by certain factions, deeming Baabda meeting as a rescue process for a failed government and unsuccessful system. “Is it necessary to keep everyone’s mouths’ shut so we can say the country is doing fine?” Sayegh told New TV. "The meeting has no sense with the ansence of an opposition work team," he added.