The authority hopes that the parliamentary elections will not happen. Especially the covenant team, after it lost its popularity as a result of the policies it adopted during the period of President Michel Aoun’s and his son-in-law, Gibran Bassil.
Today, some are spreading rumors and intimidation that there is a fear of not holding elections, presenting flimsy arguments, some of which are security reasons and under the slogan of charter, especially after the reluctance of former Prime Minister Saad Hariri.
Observers say to the “Sawt Beirut International” website, “The Sunni charter exists and there are powerful Sunni personalities who are able to play a major political role and bring the Sunni community to safety. There are leaders, personalities and youth who have the ability to transfer the Sunni street and represent it in a way that brings it back to playing the required role”.
In the same context, opposition Sunni sources confirm that the Sunni sect is able to fill any void resulting from the retirement or reluctance of any personality who decided to leave. The presence of Sunni personalities and leaders in the political arena is not through slogans, but rather by working to stand up to the services required by the sect and legislative laws that help the Sunni citizen in particular, and the Lebanese in general, feel that he is a basic citizen and an actual component in Lebanon and gives him confidence in building a real state as the martyr Prime Minister Rafik Hariri wanted.
The sources added to the “Sawt Beirut International” website: “Limiting the Sunnis in Lebanon to one person is shameful and insulting to the Sunnis. They are not the property of anyone regardless of their stature”.
Beiruti activists indicate to our website, that they do not accept being absent from the political arena. They added: “Throughout history many personalities been active and then retreated, and yet the sect remained”.
Today, those activists are looking to Bahaa Hariri as a sovereign man who is able to advance the sect, just as there are other Sunni figures, who revolve in the anti-Hezbollah political orbit, that are also able to affirm that the Sunnis in Lebanon have a major role in restoring sovereignty from Iranian hegemony.