Al-Mustaqbal Movement chief ex-PM Saad Hariri might visit Saudi Arabia in the next few days to hold talks with Deputy Crown Prince and Minister of Defense Mohammed Bin Salman, al-Akhbar daily reported on Monday.
Hariri had visited Saudi Arabia last week before returning to Paris. He did not hold meetings with any of the Saudi officials, added the daily.
March 8 camp officials told the newspaper that the “positions of Hariri and Saudi Arabia have not changed with regard to the presidency in Lebanon.”
“Hariri has not received a new Saudi signal in that regard,” added the sources.
“Hariri knows the pulse of his street. He is convinced that he could lose a lot if he supports the nomination of (Change and Reform bloc head Michel) Aoun, at a time when some are working from within the Mustaqbal movement’s ranks to make him lose his supporters,” added the sources.