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Taif Agreement 1989
رحمة الله عليه(ها) Taif Agreement 1989

The agreement also provided for the disarmament of all national and non-national militias. All disarmed, with the exception of Shiite Hezbollah and Fatah and non-Lebanese Hamas, P.F.L.P. One hundred years after the Sykes-Picot agreement delivered the countries of the region led to a failed Ottoman empire. The new nations that emerged from this agreement had no democratic history or democratic institutions to respect the rule of law. With the exception of Lebanon, where some of its minorities had found a refugee refuge from persecution in the country and where local Lebanese fought for independence, almost bridbing Ottomnan`s rulers, to leave them in peace. Jordan is now a monarchy, but a nation divided between Jordanians and Palestinians who speak the same language and share most of their history before the Sykes-Picot agreement. But today they have nothing to do, while the Lebanese, with more than eighteen minorities, refused to hold a glue and stick and call themselves Lebanese! In the United States today, the divisions are terrifying, but the Americans will always unite behind the flag and the dollar! In Europe, Brexit is at stake and we wonder whether the idea of a European Union will be sustained by a UK exit. The EU was built from two terrible wars after shedding a lot of blood. The rule of law and democracy have been won in many battles.

“Today we feel the return of populist leaders, extremism and xenophobia in the so-called highly civilized countries of the West. Mr. Saleh, admire the Lebanese people for their ingenuity and resilience to remain united in a storm that blows around them! The condert to celebrate Mary`s knows of Lebanese Christians and Lebanese Muslims is another sigh of Lebanese character. Fabia Marguerite Midman, President of the Citizens` Platform of Europe Med in Sweden Behind the benevolent façade of a transfer of executive prerogatives from a once omnipotent presidency to the Council of Ministers, Taif has reorganized the powers and constitutional apparatus. It has also established a whole new paradigm of a sectarian balance of power by ending the political and symbolic hegemony of the Maronite establishment. However, the purpose of the delegated presidential powers was unclear. By transferring these powers to the cabinet, where religious parity was a formal guarantee of equality between communities, Taif also spread and spread power, making it difficult to locate and exercise. Nor was it clear who was to answer for the decisions.

This situation was compounded by several provisions of the agreement, which probably remained deliberately vague and subject to interpretation. The agreement also provided for the disarmament of all national and non-national militias.