Marada Movement leader, MP Sleiman Franjieh, said on Wednesday that the new electoral law will introduce some change in the country.
MP Franjieh's words came during his meeting with the Council of the Lebanese Press Editors' Syndicate, at the Movement's headquarters, in the presence of former Minister Roni Areiji.
MP Franjieh called for the adoption of modern laws that re-energize the economic cycle and pave the way for investment flows, saying he hoped that a bold step at the economic level would have been adopted, in the aim of introducing change in the existing mindset and leading to increased national income.
Franjieh voiced rejection of the amendment of the Taef agreement, stressing that any modification of the Constitution must solely occur through agreement amongst the Lebanese.
The Marada Movement leader also said that he approached matters out of a national and open perspective, refusing to take on with confessional outbidding.
The Lawmaker also called for an end to the existing security chaos, urging the Lebanese to unite on the issue of Syrian refugees and to act responsibly in this regard.
Asked about his relation with Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, he described the relation as "excellent, great and steady."
Whether he will be meeting with the Lebanese Forces leader, Samir Geagea, he said "nothing so far in the horizons."
Source: National News Agency