Thursday, April 26, 2007

Vote on a New Poll: Jacques Chirac and Lebanon

Forty-five (point seven) percent of voters believe there will be no change in the political landscape in the aftermath of the ratification of the International Tribunal. This according to last week's Blacksmiths of Lebanon poll (35 respondents). Perhaps most indicative of the deep divide permeating the country was the fact that the only choice that didn't get a vote was one that reconciled Christian leaders Michel Aoun and Samir Geagea.

This week's new poll takes a look back at Lebanon's relationship with Jacques Chirac, a man who held the French presidency for 12 years and whose successor will be chosen on May 6th, when the French electorate will cast their vote for either Segolene Royal or Nicolas Sarkozy in second round voting.

So cast your vote on Jacques Chirac and his longstanding relationship with this country of ours. Jacques Chirac, Friend or Foe?

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