“The party will side with Syria and Hezbollah,” Druze leader Walid Jumblatt announced from under a mountain of microphones. He hasn’t had this much attendance at a press conference and such an audience in a long time.
The rest is just rhetoric: the STL is politicized and blablabla for around 10 minutes. The question is how many MPs of his block are going to follow him on Monday in the Parliamentary consultations?
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