Following its weekly meeting on Wednesday March 14 general-secretariat called on national dialogue participants to discuss the March 14 coalition’s seven-point plan on Lebanon’s protection.
“Hezbollah’s arms are still a controversial issue among Lebanese,” it said following its weekly meeting.
“It urges dialogue participants to discuss the March 14 forces’ vision to protect Lebanon,” the statement said.
On the occasion of the civil war’s 35th anniversary, the conferees said “Lebanon should come first” in order to confront all foreign interference.
The statement also referred to latest security incidents in the country, saying only judicial and security authorities are entitled to put an end to clashes.
“Judicial and security authorities should deal with the recent security incidents, namely in Dahiyeh and those in the Bekaa between Popular Front for Liberating Palestine-General Command (PFLP-GC) members,” said the statement.
The statement also called for holding municipal elections on time and urged the Lebanese to vote with a democratic spirit during the process that is to begin on May 2 in Mount Lebanon.