File - FPM leader Michel Aoun speaks during a news conference in Rabieh, Tuesday, July 22, 2014. (The Daily Star/Charbel Nakhoul, HO)
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Michel Aoun's proposal on reforming the method by which the president is elected is indicative of his absolute disregard for the stability of the country and his preoccupation with his own power.Indeed, Aoun knew all along that it would be shot down – suggesting that the proposal itself was just another way to obstruct efforts to fill political vacuums in the country.Politics is clearly little more than a game to Aoun now, but it is more than that to the rest of the country, ordinary people who want to get on with their lives.
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