However, Frangieh is likely going to face several obstacles in his quest to become president.
Several parties argue that Frangieh’s party, the Marada Movement, does not represent nor have the support of the majority of Lebanese Christians.
The Marada Movement leads a small bloc consisting of only 4 MPs, 3 of which are independents.
Beirut el Horra added that neither the Lebanese Forces (LF) nor the Free Patriotic Movement (FPM) is interested in naming Frangieh.
The LF will be looking to name a president who opposes Hezbollah and its allies, while FPM is still unsure who its candidate will be.
Political analysts insist that the only way Lebanon would be able to elect a new president is if an international agreement is concluded between foreign countries such as France, the USA, Iran, and KSA.
This, however, is unlikely since the international community is hung up on other more pressing matters such as the War in Ukraine.