Foreign Minister and FPM leader Gebran Bassil. (The Daily Star)
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The Free Patriotic Movement Saturday afternoon launched its campaign for the parliamentary elections, announcing its candidates, lists and electoral program at Forum de Beyrouth.The party named 86 candidates in total – from both FPM and its allies – in lists for 12 of the 15 districts across the country: Metn, Aley-Chouf, Zahle, Baabda, Kesrouan-Jbeil, Akkar, Beirut I, Beirut II, Baalback-Hermel, Jezzine-Sidon, Bsharri-Zgharta-Batroun-Koura and Nabatieh-Marjayoun-Bint Jbeil-Hasbaya.The Baalbeck-Hermel list includes Michel Daher and Ghada Assaf, while Bassil himself is running in Bsharri-Zgharta-Batroun-Koura.
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