Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri is expected to make a “fiery speech” on Sunday afternoon during a Mustaqbal movement rally in downtown Beirut to commemorate Martyrs’ Day and the events of May 7, 2008, reported al-Mustaqbal daily on Sunday. Informed circles said that he will highlight the importance and “fatefulness” of the 2013 parliamentary elections, stressing the need for “the Lebanese not to abandon Lebanon.” He will call on them to defend the country through peaceful and democratic methods, they added. Hariri’s speech, which he will make via video link from a giant screen, is also expected to tackle the developments in Syria. [Link]