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Geagea: March 14 commemoration is a milestone in Lebanon's history
 
 
 
 
 
 
14-03-2011
 
Following his meeting with Deputy House Speaker Farid Makari and Deputy Fardi Habib, Lebanese Forces Executive Committee chief Samir Geagea said March 14 commemoration was a national protest that shall be a milestone in the history of Lebanon.

Within this framework, Geagea expressed gratitude for participants who gathered to say no for illegitimate weapons, whereby he put emphasis on the necessity of having all weapons under the government's control.

Moreover, Geagea deemed imprecise all stances being diffused about Miktai's outlook on the ceremony for "the Prime Minister-Designate is endowed with a serene and conservative personality."

In his words, Geagea called on the Lebanese President and Prime Minister-designate to head toward a technocrat competent government answerable for its citizens' needs whereby he affirmed that March 14 shall not participate if the other party does not consider their demands.

At another level, Geagea convened with the UN Special Envoy to the Middle-East Michael Williams with discussions touching on the recent political up-to-dates in Lebanon. "March 14 protest was peaceful and it reflected democracy in Lebanon," Williams said praising in that respect security forces and army efforts.

Meanwhile. The March 14 General Secretariat voiced on Monday its appreciation and gratitude for the Lebanese people "who renewed their revolution aimed at achieving sovereignty, freedom, independence, and justice."
It said in a statement: "Your commitment to these goals and your peaceful civil action has become the example adopted by Arab people in their revolts."

"On Sunday, you were victorious against the weapons' oppression and the policy of intimidation and terrorization," it added.

"Lebanon after March 14, 2011 will not be the same as it was before it," the general secretariat stressed.

"With the renewal of the Lebanese revolution, we vow to remain up to you expectations without making any concessions over them," the statement continued.

Hundreds of thousands of March 14 supporters gathered at Beirut's Martyrs Square on Sunday at a rally aimed at sending a message to the Hizbullah-led alliance about the people's rejection of the party's weapons.
 
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