Lebanese Forces leader: Maarab deal with FPM not to accept gov't "corruption"
(MENAFN) Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea emphasized on Friday that the LF's Maarab Agreement with the Free Patriotic Movement does not stand for accepting "corruption" in the government, NaharNet reported.
"The era of marginalization has ended and the era of correct representation has started," Geagea underlined during an LF ceremony in Maarab.
"The size of our current parliamentary bloc is neither a coincidence nor an exception. It is the reality that the hand of hegemony and its biased electoral laws had prevented us from exhibiting," Geagea added.
"The LF respects all parties, movements and political factions that are currently present in the Lebanese arena and it is not seeking to eliminate anyone's role. It is only asking others to respect its presence and to halt the attempts to isolate it and besiege it. These attempts proved futile in the past and will prove futile today and everyday," the LF leader emphasized.
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