A policeman distributes pamphlets of the new traffic law to drivers in Beirut, Wednesday, April 22, 2015. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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A new secretary for the National Council for Road Safety was appointed Thursday, MP Mohammad Qabbani announced, a move that would help strengthen the implementation of the new traffic law.Prime Minister Tammam Salam appointed Ramzi Salameh the secretary, Qabbani said after chairing a meeting of a sub-committee formed by Parliament's Public Works, Transport, Energy and Water Committee. The National Committee for Road Safety is expected to meet at the end of November and the National Council for Road Safety will meet after Independence Day, which falls Nov. 22, Qabbani said.
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