Abu Faour: “Any attempt to sideline Taif could lead the country into huge constitutional, political and security shafts.” (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Health Minister Wael Abu Faour Sunday condemned the timing of MP Michel Aoun's suggestion for direct presidential elections, stressing the absence of any real efforts toward resolving the matter.The member of Progressive Socialist Party leader Walid Jumblatt's bloc said that Aoun's proposal suggested the modification of Taif, the accord that ended the 15-year Civil War in 1989 by creating a power-sharing system in Lebanon.The efforts are in reality dedicated, according to Abu Faour, to operating the constitutional institutions during the presidential void.Separately, Abu Faour promised Western Bekaa's residents to launch Kherbet Qanafar's hospital in three months.
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