The representative of the Lebanese Islamic Resistance said that the current crisis in the country has multiple political, social, economic and financial dimensions, and cannot be resolved through immediate intersections, but through domestic dialogue and national understanding.
During late Friday’s sermon, the Hezbollah leader pointed out that the recent failure at the parliamentary session revealed that elections can only be achieved through convergence.
Incidentally, he stressed that some people in Lebanon are waiting for external orders to reach an agreement, while the bid for understanding must be with internal will and conviction and without preconditions, as it is a national necessity.
In this regard, he considered that people abroad and friendly countries can help and bring points of view closer, but the keys to the solution are in the hands of the Lebanese.
On this issue, he pointed out that the current diplomatic movement could help break the political stalemate and push for comprehensive consensus, which would constitute an entry point to address all crises and problems.