| March 14 General Secretariat stepped up on Wednesday anti-Hezbollah campaign during its weekly periodic meeting, in presence of MPs Ammar Houri and Siboh Kalbakian, former Deputies Fares Soueid, Samir Franjieh, Mustafa Alloush, and Elias Atallah, as well as Eddy Abi Lamaa, Elias Abu Assi, Wajeeh Norbatalian, Herar Hovivian, Youssef Doueihi, Nasseer al-Assaad, and Nawfal Daou.
"Experiences throughout the past six years have proven that Hezbollah weapons had turned into a tool of putsch against the Lebanese political regime and the mechanisms of democracy," a final statement issued in the wake of the meeting read.
"These weapons are more of an intimidation and terror tool to toss the balance of forces and to impose a reality not compliant with the aspirations and choices of the Lebanese."
Moreover, March 14 General Secretariat cautioned against a looming confrontation between Lebanon and the international community, in light of the four ministers abstaining from providing the Special Tribunal for Lebanon's Prosecutor with requested documents.
Caretaker Ministers Ghazi Aridi (Public Works and Transportation), Gebran Bassil (Water and Energy Resources), Charbel Nahhas (Telecommunications), and Ziad Baroud (Interior and Municipalities) rebuffed yesterday requests by STL Prosecutor to provide information and documents relevant to the probe into the assassination of Rafik Hariri and his companions.
Conferees reckoned this withholding "a barefaced abstinence to cooperate with the STL."
On another development, March 14 General Secretariat extolled the Maronite Patriarch Mar Nasrallah Boutros Sfeir, and reiterated unswerving confidence in the patriarchate's historical and momentous role.
Besides, the Secretariat called upon the supporters of Cedars Revolution for a huge turn out on the commemoration of March 14.