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Tony Franjieh: Maradah Movement made concessions in several government dossiers to facilitate matters

"National Bloc" Member, MP Tony Franjieh, referred Saturday to the many concessions made by the Maradah Movement in several government files, in order to facilitate the country's affairs and not to obstruct their course.

Speaking before supporters from the district of Bsharre who visited him in Zgharta earlier today, Franjieh noted that "the entire Lebanese regions suffer from great deprivation, but we tried to break this reality in the North."

Franjieh vowed that "the economic, social and financial challenges facing Lebanon, in addition to the difficulties facing the formation of the government, will not stand in the way of our ambitions."

"We will continue to strive towards providing a model for creating an incubator environment for investments that ensure employment opportunities for our youth," he added.

"We work within a clear plan to strengthen our presence and spread across all Lebanese regions within an organized framework, in coordination with our allies with whom we have historical ties," Franjieh corroborated.

In this connection, he deemed that "reconciliation with the Lebanese Forces Party has opened the door for coordination at the level of development and legitimate competition in political work."

"Despite the different political projects of both Parties, yet there are several internal and national files that bring us together, especially in protecting the people we represent and ensuring their rights and interests, which is one of our most important goals throughout our political career," Franjieh emphasized.

Source: National News Agency

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"National Bloc" Member, MP Tony Franjieh, referred Saturday to the many concessions made by the Maradah Movement in several government files, in order to facilitate the country's affairs and not to obstruct their course.

Speaking before supporters from the district of Bsharre who visited him in Zgharta earlier today, Franjieh noted that "the entire Lebanese regions suffer from great deprivation, but we tried to break this reality in the North."

Franjieh vowed that "the economic, social and financial challenges facing Lebanon, in addition to the difficulties facing the formation of the government, will not stand in the way of our ambitions."

"We will continue to strive towards providing a model for creating an incubator environment for investments that ensure employment opportunities for our youth," he added.

"We work within a clear plan to strengthen our presence and spread across all Lebanese regions within an organized framework, in coordination with our allies with whom we have historical ties," Franjieh corroborated.

In this connection, he deemed that "reconciliation with the Lebanese Forces Party has opened the door for coordination at the level of development and legitimate competition in political work."

"Despite the different political projects of both Parties, yet there are several internal and national files that bring us together, especially in protecting the people we represent and ensuring their rights and interests, which is one of our most important goals throughout our political career," Franjieh emphasized.

Source: National News Agency

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