| March 14 forces laid on Wednesday the underpinnings of the new March 14-led Opposition, cleaving to countering the "procrastinating coup" by all democratic and popular means.
The Secretariat of March 14 forces convened today in presence of MP Ammar Houri, former Deputy Fares Souaid, as well as Eddy Abi Lamaa, Elias Abu Assi, Wajeeh Norbatalian, Herar Hovivian, Youssef Doueihi, Nasseer Assaad, and Nadim Abdul Samad.
This "rising" Opposition is based upon abiding by the Constitution and Taef Accord, the Special Tribunal for Lebanon against impunity, protecting private and public life from Hezbollah weapons "which became involved in the domestic political conflict", and obeying all Arab and international resolution related to Lebanon.
Besides, talks lengthily tackled the preparations for the upcoming stage in light of the headlines struck earlier this week during the sixth commemoration of Rafik Hariri assassination in BIEL.
As mentioned in the meeting's final statement, March 14 forces are bracing, at the political, media, and cultural levels, to mark the 6th anniversary of the Cedars Revolution on forthcoming March 14, hoped to "pave the way for regaining the Lebanese dream."
Meanwhile, and under the chairmanship of Fouad Sinirora, Future bloc held on Wednesday its weekly gathering after which conferees issued a statement tackling the Arab and Lebanese major political developments.
At first, conferees considered February 14 commemoration as a milestone, re-embodying the foundations of the independence uprising movement.
Also, they tackled the Islamic National Constants Chart issued following to the Islamic dignitaries meeting in Dar-El-Fatwa.
"These constants are the clear-strategy road map opening the national horizon for the future," conferees alleged.
Pertaining to the government formation issue, conferees said they are still waiting for Premier designate Mikati's respond to their questions.
Moreover, and regarding Israeli threats against Lebanese, the bloc called the Security Council give necessary instructions to condemn these threats and exert diplomatic effort so as to confront the enemy.
Concluding their statement, conferees said Egypt's uprising will allow the country to re-gain its position in the Arab world.