To: President of Lebanon
From: Mawada Elkadri
Do you sometimes feel sorry for your country, not because of all the resources you have, your people, the economy, and the government in Lebanon? There are some people, especially the rural communities, who aren’t having enough resources compared to the urban communities who have buildings, water, electricity, oil, limestone and other resources to survive. You may have seen a bunch of news that talk about elections, war, oppression and other issues in many different countries, what if Lebanon had to face those problems? If you don’t do something good for your people, some might think of you as a terrible president. Do you love your duty of president? I’m sure you don’t want it to go. I’ll give you a couple of points that you could try to make your people live better, and be the great president that you are.
The president’s role is to represent a country, not only the politics of it but what is behind that. The people of Lebanon have been through a lot of wars and disaster throughout the years. It’s time for the Lebanese country to rise to become what it was in the past, which is a beautiful, historical, and economical land. Can’t you help your people who are under attack against the country’s enemies? It’s because you have the most important role of government, and even the country. All of them depend on you, otherwise they might think of you as a bad leader, so they could have an election and vote for another president instead of you. Although it is a lot of pressure, your job is to keep us safe and organized. The politics of Lebanon have hurt the society in many ways, so there has to be something that we can do.
I was thinking that when you have an election, they should have more democratic parties. The more democratic parties there are, the more ideas can be brought to the table. The more ideas there are, the more the government will move forward in every way... [continues]
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