Batroun MP Antoine Zahra speaks during an interview with The Daily Star in Zouk, Friday, Jan. 4, 2013. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Lebanese Forces MP Antoine Zahra Saturday criticized the Future Movement for taking part in a government with Hezbollah, but emphasized that the alliance between the two parties remained strong.Meanwhile, Future Movement Secretary General Ahmad Hariri also reiterated the unity of the March 14 Coalition."The difference between us and our allies in March 14 is that we asked for a written commitment from Hezbollah to accept the Baabda Declaration as part of the policy statement," he said, referring to ongoing discussion about the Cabinet's ministerial statement.He said the LF was not pleased with the Future Movement's decision but that the two parties remained in contact. Zahra defended the March 14 coalition and said differences between parties were only normal.
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