Jumblat is taking part in a PSP sit-in at ESCWA in solidarity with Aleppo.
MP Walid Jumblat during ceremony marking the formation of the PSP: It is time for change in the party.
An armed dispute between members of the Jaafar clan broke out in the Sharawneh neighborhood and the army intervened to contain it.
MP Saad Hariri congratulated workers on Labor Day: The greatest gift we can give them is the election of a president to revitalize the economy.
Audeh: We hope that the upcoming polls will pave the way to restoring democracy.
Audeh: Democracy cannot be restored before officials place national interests before their own.
Audeh: Lebanon should not place its fate in the hands of foreign powers.
Audeh: Electing a president is the first step towards restoring stability in Lebanon.
Audeh: If the Lebanese officials do not save Lebanon, then who will? Outsiders?
Audeh: Don't they know that those committing wrongs will die and soon be judged by God?
Audeh: It is shameful that those we thought will defend rights have now started seeking their interests at the expense of the country.
Audeh: Pawns do not build a country. I was told in my youth not to join a political party because I would become a slave to this party.
Audeh: We are in need of honest officials who are only loyal to God and the nation.
Audeh: Despite all the wrongs in Lebanon, these same corrupt individuals are posing themselves as religious and preaching to others on how to be righteous.
Audeh: The national conscience is obstructed. Isn't it surreal to watch the garbage on the street without anyone lifting a finger?
Audeh during Easter message: Our country has been without a president for two years and everyone is aware of the paralysis at the state institutions.
Greek Orthodox Archbishop of Beirut Elias Audeh is leading Easter mass in St. George Cathedral in Beirut.
VDL (93.3): Army Intelligence arrested an Australian national in Tripoli on suspicion of belonging to a terrorist group.