The “Loyalty to the Resistance” bloc held its periodic meeting at its headquarters under the chairmanship of MP Mohammad Raad, and in the presence of bloc members who went over the events that recently took place in the region.
The bloc stressed, in its statement, that “the completion of the new electoral law is a step on the path of saving the country, as it prevents falling into vacuum or having to return to the election law in force; a return that can only be described as epic failure.”
Calling on all political forces in the country to avoid sectarian and provocative discourse and to exercise their full legitimate right to express their political differences, whether in discussing the wording of the electoral law or any other issue, the bloc stressed that “the interest of the country in security and stability is greater than recording points against each other through abhorrent sectarian incitement or despicable class provocation.”
“The Lebanese people’s confidence in the commitment of the new presidential mandate to the strategic national principles set out in the inauguration speech and the ministerial statement will no doubt increase with the concern to implement the laws in force (…) especially in the process of (…) providing vital and developmental services to citizens and their regions,” the statement read.
“With utmost appreciation for the efforts of the security and military agencies in pursuing the Takfiri and Israeli terror cells, we urge the internal security forces and the information branch, in addition to the Lebanese Army intelligence, to double their concern over the security situation in the region of Baalbek-Hermel, and to chase those who sow chaos and crime,” the bloc’s statement concluded.