Geagea said Wednesday that France was mulling to make an initiative to solve the Lebanese crisis stressing however that the only possible settlement is for state institutions to function properly.
"Let the institutions function again," Geagea told reporters at his residence in Maarab.Full Story
The March 14 secretariat-general urged “obstructionists” on Wednesday to reverse their stance because they said that the obstruction of state institutions does not influence the international tribunal.
Obstruction “hits the state’s ability to bear its responsibilities at this delicate stage whether before or after the release of the indictment,” the secretariat-general said following its weekly meeting.Full Story
Saudi King Abdullah is in continuous contact with Syrian President Bashar Assad over the crisis in Lebanon, al-Akhbar newspaper reported Wednesday.
Although Abdullah is in the U.S. for treatment, he called Assad several times, the daily said.Full Story
Maronite Patriarch Nasrallah Sfeir on Thursday expressed concern over the current situation in Lebanon and called on Lebanese to be vigilant.
In an interview with Voice of Lebanon, Sfeir said he hoped for a better situation in Lebanon.Full Story
Mustaqbal MP Ahmed Fatfat on Thursday said Hizbullah is the only group that can ignite street tensions.
"Stability is a permanent need," Fatfat told Radio Free Lebanon.Full Story
Abdullah Azzam Brigades called on Sunnis in Lebanon to reject Hizbullah's dominance
Abdullah Azzam Brigades on Thursday called on Sunnis in Lebanon to reject Hizbullah's dominance.Full Story
Hizbullah's number two Sheikh Naim Qassem said Prime Minister Saad Hariri is responsible for stopping the "mockery" of accusations against Hizbullah in his father's assassination.
"All possibilities are open" if the indictment was issued before reaching a solution, Qassem said in an interview published Thursday by al-Balad newspaper.Full Story
The Council of Maronite Bishops on Wednesday urged the Lebanese to pray for rain and said the paralysis in constitutional institutions are signs of weaknesses in national will.
“Paralysis in constitutional institutions and waiting for external solutions are signs of weaknesses in national will,” Monsignor Youssef Toq said following the bishops’ monthly meeting.Full Story
President Michel Suleiman on Thursday launched a fresh effort to break the Government deadlock.
He kicked off talks by meeting separately Phalange Party leader Amin Gemayel and Free Patriotic Movement chief Michel Aoun.Full Story
Progressive Socialist Party leader Walid Jumblat has said he supported President Michel Suleiman’s efforts to activate state institutions.
“We back him in his effort to revive dialogue and hold cabinet meetings,” Jumblat, who is on a private visit to Poland, told An Nahar daily during a telephone conversation.Full Story