Elections will be held in Lebanon: Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah
Despite skepticism about the elections being held, Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah assures that they will take place and announces Hezbollah's candidates.
The attempts at drawing up skepticism about the postponement of the elections came from one backroom. That skepticism is over with, and the elections will be held, Hezbollah's Secretary-General said Wednesday.
"We have established an electoral machine to ensure that not a single vote of ours is lost, even in districts where we do not have any candidates," Sayyed Nasrallah noted.
He continued to discuss the upcoming legislative elections and the latest developments, clarifying that Hezbollah might go into the elections on two separate electoral lists "based on our electoral interests and our allies'."
Sayyed Nasrallah announced that Hezbollah's slogan in the upcoming elections would be "We shall forever protect and build"
"In the electoral districts in which we do not have any candidates, our allies will form the electoral lists, and we are ready to help them," he underscored, noting that the announcement of the electoral lists would be with the allies on said lists.
Sayyed Nasrallah announced that Hezbollah's slogan in the upcoming elections would be "We shall forever protect and build."
Parliamentarian and political work is a profession that is done through experience and not only through courses and universities; it is a sincere, cumulative profession
"Sometimes, some relatives of Hezbollah Shura council members are excluded despite their qualifications. Additionally, we do not nominate those who ask to become parliamentarians," he clarified.
"Parliamentarian and political work is a profession that is done through experience and not only through courses and universities;" it is a sincere profession based on an accumulation of experience, he asserted, noting that Hezbollah does not make empty promises, "And we must adhere to sincerity with people, so we do not make promises that we cannot fulfill."
Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah also unveiled Hezbollah's electoral list, which includes MP Mohammad Raad, MP Hassan Fadlallah, and MP Ali Fayyad in the south.
The list also includes MP Hassan Ezzeddine, MP Hussein Jeshi, MP Amin Sherri, and Rami Abu Hamdan in Tyre, Beirut, and Zahleh, respectively.
In Baalbek, where Sayyed Nasrallah concluded, Hezbollah nominated MP Hussein Hajj Hassan, MP Ibrahim Al-Mousawi, MP Ihab Hamade, and MP Ali Mokdad, in addition to MP Ali Ammar and Raed Berro in Mount Lebanon.