Azerbaijan, Baku, 18 January/ Trend corr. R.Hafizoglu / The visit of Amr Musa, the Secretary-General of the League of Arabian States, to Beirut may save Lebanon from political crisis. "Musa's visit to Beirut demonstrates that his structure is interested in the withdrawal of Lebanon from a political crisis," Abdulla al-Cuburi, the political scientist and director of the Iraq Press agency, reported to Trend in a telephone interview from Berlin.
According to the information by the Al-Jazir channel, Musa arrived at Beirut in connection with settling the presidential election problems which Lebanon is faced with. "Due to the different objectives of some countries,the presidential elections in Lebanon were postponed eleven times. The presidential elections must serve the interest of the Lebanese population, but not its neighbouring countries," Cuburi said.
The scientist considers that the Hezbollah and Amal Parties, represented in the Lebanese Parliament, would like the elected President to serve their interests. "Musa's visit to the country means that the new President would support the interests of democratic circles, but not of the Parties," the political scientist stated.
"The statements by Syria and Iran that the parties, through Hezbollah, have attempted to commit a military revolution during J.W. Bush's visit to the Arabian countries, are ungrounded. If Hezbollah wished to stage a revolution, he would have utilized theShiites and Sunni forces," the expert said.