(Philosophy Poem) Who Is Worthy To Rule Us

WHO IS WORTHY TO RULE US

 

It is the law that ordains Presidents and High Priests

Yet man’s laws are filled with infirmities and deceit

Do our Leaders meet each morning to ask God’s will

Are our Leaders Holy, undefiled, separated from sin

Just as a Priest will fade away, so do the words of men

 

As a Priests oaths are Holy, should not also the words of a King

The Lord has no need to repent, can the same be said for a man

Man’s laws have never been perfect, yet they now rule over God’s

Until man annuls the grip of evil hearts, there is no justice for all

The weak are only for the profit of the rich, until the Trumpet’s call

 

In the Order of Melchizedek are there Leaders in the shade of His Tree

There is one High Priest not of human laws, but for everlasting peace

God’s Words are as a solid rock, yet what of these words of mortal men

New Covenants, new laws that don’t pass away, there made to bury us

Humans who wish to take the lead but what of their mercy and righteousness

Lebanon Agrees On New Covenant To Form A New Government

(THIS ARTICLE IS COURTESY OF THE ‘LEBANON NEWS’)

“The Covenant” Althelatinih materialized

After a month and a half of negotiations and consultations between the political parties, the Secretary General of the Council of Ministers Fouad Fleifel announced the completion of the new line-up headed by Saad Hariri from Baabda Palace. Issued on Sunday evening, December 18, 2016, three decrees relating to accepting the resignation of the government of President Tammam Salam and the designation of Hariri as Prime Minister, and the lineup of the new government. The first two decrees signed by President of the Republic, General Michel Aoun, while the third decree signed Aoun and Hariri.

The decree accepting the resignation

The broadcast decrees Fulayfel, it came in the text of the decree accepting the resignation of Tammam Salam government, which holds the number 1, as follows: “The President of the Republic, based on the Constitution, especially Section 5 of Article 53 thereof, and paragraph (d) of article 69, item one thereof, upon the resignation submitted by Prime Minister Mr. Tammam Salam, paints the following:

Article I: considered the government headed by Mr. Tammam Salam resigned.

Article Two: The decree of where needed and shall immediately upon its release. “

Baabda the president of the Republic, General Michel Aoun

Decree naming Hariri

According to the Decree No. 2 to nominate Mr. Saad Hariri as Prime Minister: “The President of the Republic, based on the Constitution, particularly Section 3 of Article 53 thereof, based on the Decree No. 1 date of December 18, 2016 included the government headed by Mr. Tammam Salam resigned considered, Decrees the following:

Article I called Mr. Saad Hariri as Prime Minister.

Article Two: The decree of where needed and shall immediately upon its release. “

Baabda, December 18, 2016

President of the Republic General Michel Aoun

Forming a government decree

The decree forming the government, which bears the number 3, the text of the following: “The President of the Republic based on the constitution, especially item 4 of Article 53 thereof, based on the Decree No. 2 of 18 December 2016 containing the designation of Mr. Saad Hariri, head of the Council of Ministers, on the proposal Prime Minister, paints the following:

Saad Hariri as Prime Minister

Ghassan Hasbani as deputy prime minister and minister of health

Marwan Hamadeh, Minister of Education

Talal Arslan, Minister for the Displaced

Ghazi Zaiter minister of agriculture

Michel Pharaon, Minister of State for Planning Affairs

Ali Qanso Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs

Ali Hassan Khalil and Minister of Finance

Mohammed Fneish and Minister of Youth and Sports

Jean Oghassabian Minister of State for Women’s Affairs

Yacoub Sarraf, Minister of National Defense

Gebran Bassil and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates

Hussein Haj Hassan, Minister of Industry

Salim Jreissati justice minister

Nihad Hanged Minister of Interior and Municipalities

Mohammed Kabbara Minister of Labour

Ayman Shakir and Minister of State for Human Rights

Jamal Jarrah and communications minister

Certain Almrobei and Minister of State for displaced

Ghattas Khoury, Minister of Culture

Pierre Raffoul and Minister of State for Aiash Republic

Nicola Tueni and Minister of State for fight against corruption

Tariq al-Khatib and Minister of the Environment

Care Izz al-Din, Minister of State for Administrative Reform

Joseph Fenianos minister Oachgal

Melhem Riachy Minister of Information

Pierre Abi Assi, Minister of Social Affairs

Ous Kadeneian Minister of Tourism

Cesar Abi Khalil and Minister of Energy and Water

Raed Khoury, Minister of Economy and Trade

According to the constitution issued a decree forming the government signed by the President and the Prime Minister, as the Constitution in its Article 64 provides that the government offer within a period of 30 days from the date of issuance of the decree forming, ministerial statement to the House of Representatives for a vote of confidence in order to direct its powers.

It is scheduled to take Minister commemorative photo with the president on Wednesday, to be followed by a session of the government headed by Aoun in Baabda Palace.