The March 14 opposition vowed on Saturday to continue in the path of the Cedar Revolution to achieve full sovereignty and strive for stability based on the justice guaranteed by the international tribunal.
A statement issued following a meeting of the March 14 general-secretariat, said the opposition will continue its struggle to achieve “full state sovereignty whereby there won’t be any arms other than the weapons of the state on all Lebanese territories.”
The statement also called for the unity of the people under the Taef accord which has called for the equal sharing of power between Muslims and Christians to preserve Lebanon’s independence.
The conferees stressed they would continue their fight for “the Special Tribunal for Lebanon as a means to achieve permanent stability based on justice and the law.”
They said Lebanon ushers in 2012 amid “substantial changes resulting from the Arab Spring that brought back human dignity to the Arab citizen from Tunisia, to Libya, to Egypt, to Yemen and all the way to the Syrian revolution.”
While hailing the Syrian people for “confronting the regime’s death machine,” the statement said that 2012 will witness “the inevitable collapse of the Syrian regime which will have repercussions that would set great hopes on the free and independent (people) who launched the Independence Uprising from Lebanon.”
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