This was confirmed by Parliament Speaker and Amal leader Nabih Berri, who described the national duo as “a system of resistance, dignity, pride, sacrifice, development, victory and liberation.”
During a joint rally, Berri denounced the slanders in the election rhetoric of some politicians, who are unaware of Amal’s history, path, achievements and alliances.
The leading figure of the movement stressed that the relationship with Hezbollah was neither sectarian to gain power over others, nor electoral to obtain the majority of votes.
In this sense, the head of the legislature appreciated the strong ties by saying that the Lebanese Islamic Resistance still represents a national necessity along with the army to protect and deter the Israeli aggression.
Nearly four million Lebanese citizens are eligible to vote on Sunday their constitutional right for the 128 representatives of the unicameral Parliament, which is equally divided between Christians and Muslims.