The Baalbek-Hermel Parliamentary Bloc held an extended meeting on Sunday with the members of the “General Amnesty Committee” at the Imam Khomeini Cultural Center in Baalbek, where they discussed the amnesty law and the need to approach this dossier in a humane manner and to pass the law at the House of Parliament.

The meeting was attended by the Bloc’s Head, MP Hussein Hajj Hassan, and Deputies Ghazi Zeaiter, Jamil al-Sayed, Ali al-Mokdad, Ibrahim Moussawi and Walid Sukkarieh, as well as former Minister Hassan Lakkis, Mayor of Baalbek Fouad al-Balouq, Hezbollah Official’s Aid in the Beqaa Region Hani Fakhreddine, and Amal Movement representative in the Bekaa region Mustafa Siblani.

“The aim of the meeting is to discuss developments on the proposed general amnesty law, to clarify and coordinate positions clearly and to review the prevailing status with all its facts, as a one team,” Hajj Hassan stated.

“Our position is clear at Amal Movement, Hezbollah, and the Baalbek-Hermel Bloc, as well as the Loyalty to Resistance & Development and Liberation Blocs. We support the approval of a general amnesty law in Parliament, but its approval is related to the parliamentary blocs and their stances,” he added.

Source: National News Agency

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