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Kataeb Party leader Sami Gemayel said women must have equal opportunities to work in a multitude of scientific professions, delivering a speech that honored the first International Day of Women and Girls in Science.Gemayel cited a recent report by the Euro-Mediterranean Research Cooperation on Research and Science, noting that the number of women who have graduated from scientific faculties outweighed the number of men.Lara Saade, an aide for Gemayel, told The Daily Star that the Kataeb leader was coveted by the U.N. to give a speech due to his clear commitment to improving the rights of women in the region.
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