Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, Secretary-General of Hezbollah, chose to conduct three festivals in the south, Beirut, and the Bekaa to personally address Shiite voters, which had not occurred in any previous parliamentary elections in which Hezbollah had participated.
His words proved that the hesitation is not limited to the Shiite environment or that of Hezbollah, but there is also hesitation within the organizational environment of the party. The Secretary-General is not afraid of a breach of its regulations, but he is afraid of the low turnout at the ballot boxes, which may establish a principled position from Hezbollah in the next stage.
According to sources, Shiite family elites in the south are financially outside the party’s organization and have not been affected by the economic crisis and are with the resistance, but they refuse to remain silent about corruption, and their objection is to the resistance’s alliance with corruption.
The reply came with a letter describing the resistance’s cooperation in the second district of the South with Marwan Kheir El-Din, one of the most important banking faces, claiming that the resistance weapon safeguards depositors’ money.