Exclusive Interview with Former Lebanese President Emile Lahoud (1998-2007)–MES EP.26
With Beirut now facing an uncertain economic future and with protesters continuing their call for an overhaul of the entire political class, Marwa Osman talks to Former Lebanese President Emile Lahoud in an exclusive interview to explain why the uprising started and what comes next at the presidential and institutional level.
President Emile Lahoud, the Lebanese military commander from 1989 to 1998, served as president of Lebanon from 1998 till 2007; years that were drastic in forming Lebanon’s post-war history.
Marwa Osman is a PhD located in Beirut, Lebanon. University Lecturer at the Lebanese International University and Maaref University and former host of the political show “The Middle East Stream” broadcasted on Al-Etejah English Channel. Member of the Blue Peace Media Network and political commentator on issues of the Middle East on several international and regional media outlets including RT, Press TV, Al Manar and Al Alam. Writer in several news websites including Khamenei.ir, Modern Diplmacy, Shafaqna, Italian Insider.