March 14 General Coordinator Fares Soueid told LBCI television on Thursday that the March 14 alliance is not irritated by Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s statements to As-Sharq al-Awsat newspaper this week, in which the PM said that the accusations of Syria’s involvement in the 2005 assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri were political in nature.
“We were not upset with Hariri’s statements, but we are assessing the circumstances that led him to voice such remarks,” Soueid said.
He also said that the parties who want to end March 14 are hoping for a cold war between the Lebanese.
Al-Liwaa newspaper reported on Thursday that the March 14 General Secretariat understands Hariri’s statements, adding that it considered his position to be a political one, which does not indicate that there might be changes related to the STL.
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