Future Movement MP Atef Majdalani speaks during an interview in Beirut. (The Daily Star)
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A committee of lawmakers finalized a draft law to regulate the monitoring of food safety standards Wednesday, with the country's health minister lauding it as a "victory".The idea to draft the law was suggested by Health Minister Wael Abu Faour, who launched a nation-wide campaign last October against food safety violators. The widely popular campaign has shed light on food safety violations committed in hundreds of establishments across the country. Abu Faour released a statement to comment on the finalization of the law later Wednesday, describing it as a "preliminary victory for the food safety campaign".
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