Future Movement figures smile at the Baabda Palace. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The Future bloc launched a scathing attack against Hezbollah in its weekly statement Tuesday, while stressing its commitment to dialogue with its political rivals.In the statement read by MP Kazem Kheir, the bloc criticized Hezbollah's deputy chief Naim Qassem for saying that the solution to the presidential vacuum lies in electing MP Michel Aoun as president.However, the bloc pledged to continue its dialogue with Hezbollah to agree on "the consensual nature of the next president," and to reduce sectarian tensions.The bloc also raised the issue of the Lebanese families deported from the UAE.
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