Hassan Nasrallah

Souaid Calls on President Aoun to Step Down 'Before It's Too Late'

Days after he posted a tweet calling on President Michel Aoun to step down, former MP Fares Souaid stressed that the country's top post has become insignificant, adding that the head of state is not the actual decision-maker in Lebanon. "If Hezbollah was so strong that it claims having liberated the land from Israel, confronting terrorism as well as protecting Lebanon by fighting in Syria, and returning Syrian refugees back to their homeland... If these were the “achievements” of Hezbollah while none was accomplished by the Lebanese state, then let Hezbollah rule,” Souaid told the Kataeb website.

Sayegh: Kataeb Party Mulling Options to Abrogate Budget Clause

Kataeb's Deputy-President Salim Sayegh on Tuesday criticized the bestowment of the Key to Keserwan to Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah, saying that Jounieh Municipality head and President of the Union of Keserwan Ftouh Municipalities, Juan Hobeich, had no right to do so.

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