The following are summaries of today's major stories published in the
Arabic press. LBCI does not edit press digest articles for content,
English-language readers insight into the various views expressed in
across the Arab world.
hold on Wednesday before noon a session at Baabda Palace, where the security,
judicial and financial situations will be put on the table.
newspaper that the situation in Tripoli will be the main item on the
reported that a solution for the public spending issue seems to be ready, based
on the approval of the draft law of the 4.9 billion LBP.
MP Khaled Daher told Al-Mustaqbal
daily that Nijib Mikati’s cabinet should
resign if it failed to stop “the killing machine which is serving the Syrian
regime”. He added that the cabinet received people’s support for the extension
of the state authority through deploying army and security forces throughout
that there is a “hidden war” between security apparatuses in Tripoli, refusing
to consider Tripoli a field for the war. He pointed that there is a connection
between Tripoli events and the Syrian crisis.
sources revealed to As-Safir
daily that it received credible, very dangerous
information about terrorist attacks that were being planned.
sources noted that states have informed concerned parties in Beirut that a
terrorist group belonging to a terrorist organization, have entered Lebanon
recently to perform terrorist attacks. The attacks include assassinations of
top Lebanese figures, among them Speaker Nabih Berri who had received similar
candidate Khaled Ali told Al-Hayat daily that he supports everyone who demands
the fall of the military rule, stressing that this does not mean the fall of
the Egyptian army. He also said that he intends to topple Field Marshal Hussein
Tantawi from the Defense Ministry.
Muslim Brotherhood that holds the Parliamentary majority, describing them as “a
thorn in the back” of the Revolution.
promised that, in case he won the presidential elections, he would implement Unions’
liberties, fix minimum and maximum wages and revise the peace treaty with
Israel, which will allow full sovereignty of Egyptian authorities on Sinaa