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Officials from all levels of government took measures Monday to try to regulate the food industry, in response to the ongoing food scandal that has gripped the country since last week, while the Progressive Socialist Party vowed to expand the campaign further.Jumblatt tweeted at the weekend that he and Abou Faour (also from the PSP) would make a visit to the slaughterhouse sometime this week.Jumblatt used his weekly column in Al-Anbaa Monday to demonstrate his continued support for Abou Faour, and pledged to expand the campaign further.Jumblatt also vowed to expand the campaign to start scrutinizing water suppliers in Lebanon, reiterating Abou Faour's pledge over the weekend to make water suppliers the next target for investigation by the ministry.Jumblatt slammed the people who were criticizing the campaign and claimed that they were trying to deflect responsibility over the issue.
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