Nevertheless, it didn’t succeed in solving the political confessional system, which “has allowed the sectarian forces to enforce their interests at the stake of the national interest of the country,” according to Dr. Rayess, who is also the advisor to the President of the Progressive Socialist Party (PSP), Walid Jumblatt.
Political sectarianism is today the major problem in Lebanon and is a crucial obstacle for a united and developed country.
To Dr. Rayess, the solution lies in the correct implementation of the Taif Agreement, which has never been fully and efficiently carried out.
Finally, he discusses the Failed State and describes the economic situation as a “possible starting point for the Lebanese people to unite.
He explains that “the socio-economic sphere could be a common denominator for all the Lebanese, who have the same difficulties” therefore having common goals. which will be a factor for unity.