| March 14 alliance held on Wednesday its periodical gathering during which conferees tackled the course of action the bloc had adopted within the previous year.
Also, conferees went over the latest guidelines regarding major national choices of the solidarity for independence as well as Lebanese crisis' latest developments.
Following their meeting, conferees said 2010 crisis bared two major titles; the first was that of the STL whereas the second was embodied in the steadfastness and strong resistance of the independence movement in the face of the elimination war.
"Awareness of Christian-Islamic solidarity, holding on to the state's project, March 8 calling for the return to the state's bounds under the state's conditions, supporting President Sleiman and PM Hariri's openness initiatives especially toward Syria and Iran, and holding on to international resolutions, were of the major guidelines March 14 had complied with so as to build its resistance.
Conferees concluded their statement and pledged to carry on steadily by holding on to the peaceful aspect of the independence movement, exert effort to preserve Christian-Islamic solidarity, reinforce ties between March 14 parties, and answer public opinion's perceptions and initiatives.
Meanwhile, Member of Parliament Antoine Zahra called on Deputy General Michel Aoun to remain loyal to pledges and promises he makes, "just like we do."
The Lebanese Forces practices the truth in its daily political, national, and social life, Zahra said on Wednesday.
"The obvious difference between the LF and Aoun, as well as between Aoun and the Lebanese in general, is that he knows the truth but decides to espouse opposite practices," the Lebanese Forces Member said in a statement.
He voiced support to Aoun's stance concerning the fact that relations with Israel fall against Christian interests and those of all the Lebanese.
"The obvious difference is that he kept a similar and close post-Taef relation for himself, as one can see in files currently being scrutinized by the judiciary," he said.
Moreover, Zahra said that the LF favors fraternal relations with Arab countries but criticized Aoun's way of limiting down said relations to a single relation with Syria, "despite the existence of standing and unresolved issues between both countries," Zahra concluded.