MP Michel Aoun speaks during a press conference in Rabieh. (The Daily Star/Charbel Nakhoul, HO/File)
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Free Patriotic Movement leader Michel Aoun continued to hold onto his stances Tuesday, emphasizing in an interview published in An-Nahar newspaper that he demands real partnership in governing.Aoun highlighted the importance of resorting to the Constitution and laws to retain the "national rights" of Christians.Aoun warned in a TV interview last week of what he termed a "tsunami" of protests if his demands for equal say in the government's decision-making were not met.Nasrallah had voiced his unwavering support for his FPM ally and warned that his party may join Aoun's street protests.Aoun has been lobbying for his son-in-law, Roukoz, to be appointed as Army commander.
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