The General Elections in Lebanon took place in May 2018. Since the elections, Iran has ordered The Lebanese Shi’ite Proxy, Hezbollah – a member of the Lebanese Parliament (with 13 Seats) – to veto the formation of the government. Iran recently gave Hezbollah the green light to approve the formation of a government. On the one hand, this indicates that Iran “backed down” a bit – the question is why? On the other hand, do not be deceived – in spite of “The Lebanese Government” – Hezbollah and Iran still control Lebanon.
February 9, 2019