By Frederic Puglie - Special to The Washington Times Shares
"He has no integration among the ministers for all of them to do things within a clearly defined line," he said. "And that's why things are [marked by] uncertainty and, at the same time, jokes, because the opposition is already taking advantage."
"He will get to the presidency with the legitimacy of the vote, not through a coup," he said. "And it looks like he will also have a friendly parliamentary base, so he can do what he wants with [legislative] approval."