Future parliamentary bloc renewed on Tuesday utter rejection of any plan, attempt, and threat of refugee settlement in Lebanon.
“Amid intimidation campaigns leveled by those seeking to invest in Syrian migration, we highlight the obligation to hold onto the unanimously agreed provisions of the Constitution in terms of rejecting settlement,” the bloc said in a statement following its weekly meeting.
“This is key to protect Lebanon and the Lebanese,” it added.
Accordingly, conferees called to double efforts to reach solution to the ordeal of the Syrian people, spurning hatred among Syrians and Lebanese.
On the 27th Arab summit in Nouakchott, the bloc wished participants shone light on the Palestinian Cause, in addition to the means to confront the factors that had led to warfare sweeping the region, not failing to blame Israeli threats and Iran interventions.
Source: National News Agency