Nasrallah calls for 'brave president who doesn't fear Americans'
Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah on Thursday called for the election of “a brave president who is willing to sacrifice.”
“We want the election of a president, the formation of a government and the salvation of the country,” Nasrallah said in a televised address.
“We want a president who wouldn’t ‘fly from the Baabda Palace to the Mediterranean Sea’ if the Americans ‘blow on him,’” Nasrallah added.
“We want a brave president who is willing to sacrifice and does not care about the threats of the Americans. There are such examples and we must look for a government of this type and ministers of this type,” Hezbollah’s leader went on to say.
He also noted that the Lebanese can revive their country is there is “a will and a correct plan.”