They have become the swing of amnesty drafts. The last draft submitted by the Minister of Interior, which notes the reduction of the prison year for convicts, excludes Islamists.
Rather, it increases the prison year to twelve months for those who received death sentences and life imprisonment.
They consider that the rulings issued by the military court have wronged them in the first place, and today, instead of seeking justice for them, they will be oppressed again.
The Council of Muslim Scholars regained its movement through arrested Islamists, as it emerged from a meeting with the security forces in the prison, which lasted for about two hours, and announced the next steps.
The demand for general amnesty has been ignored by the first official Sunni authority in Lebanon.
Caretaker Prime Minister Najib Mikati did not respond to the demand of the Council of Scholars to communicate with the government commissioner, Judge Fadi Akiki, to move hundreds of pending files without issuing judgments.