| As the sixth commemoration of Cedar Revolution looms, March 14 forces are bracing for making a historic day on forthcoming Sunday at Martyrs Square, Beirut.
As pressing ahead with a campaign against Hezbollah weapons, these forces' supporters are invited to gather Sunday at 10:00 am, wave Lebanese flags only, and hoist slogans claiming state's exclusive possession of arms.
The General Secretariat held on Wednesday its weekly periodic meeting in presence of MP Ammar Houri, former Deputies Fares Soueid, Mustafa Alloush, and Elias Atallah, as well as Eddy Abi Lamaa, Elias Abu Assi, Wajeeh Norbatalian, Herar Hovivian, Youssef Doueihi, and Nawfal Daou.
Conferees finalized proceedings for tomorrow's conference at Bristol Hotel as well as the political, media, logistic, and popular preparations for Sunday's meeting.
"You are invited to make a new historical day to pave the way for a future you all aspire and to confirm your snub of assassinations and terror policies and your clinging to the Special Tribunal for Lebanon," a final statement issued in the wake of the meeting read.
"Together we made our second independence on March 14, 2005; together we shall anchor it on March 13, 2011."