When asked about their New Years’ resolutions, most MPs responded by expressing their concern for the future of the country.
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National unity, stability, and a new president are some of the things Lebanese lawmakers from across the political spectrum said they were hoping for in the new year. Hezbollah MP Bilal Farhat stressed the need for political stability and security, and said he hoped that better days lay ahead. Future MP Ammar Houri stressed the need for political security.Free Patriotic Movement MP Ibrahim Kanaan highlighted the need for Christian unity, saying it was necessary for realizing a vision of national cohesiveness.On a personal level, Kanaan said he looks forward to spending more time with his family.
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