Crisis in Lebanon: Lebanese Parliament

One of the members of Lebanese Parliament arrives at the Parliament in Beirut under heavy security in Tuesday, September 25, 2007. After a brief meeting, they announced the postponement  of a session to elect a new president until next month after the legislature failed to have enough lawmakers to elect the President because of a Hezbollah-led opposition boycott. Fears of another attack against anti-Syrian lawmakers were high after the killing of Antoine Ghanem last week, which fueled the accusation against Syria being behind the political killings which left 5 MPs dead and Rafiq Hariri, Prime Minister.
Lebanese Parliament

One of the members of Lebanese Parliament arrives at the Parliament in Beirut under heavy security in Tuesday, September 25, 2007. After a brief meeting, they announced the postponement of a session to elect a new president until next month after the legislature failed to have enough lawmakers to elect the President because of a Hezbollah-led opposition boycott. Fears of another attack against anti-Syrian lawmakers were high after the killing of Antoine Ghanem last week, which fueled the accusation against Syria being behind the political killings which left 5 MPs dead and Rafiq Hariri, Prime Minister.