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March 14 leaders Monday moved to contain sharp differences between the coalition's factions as they marked the alliance's 11th anniversary.March 14 Secretary-General Fares Soueid called for unity to salvage the country, acknowledging several disputes inside the coalition."The current developments are the fruit of an exclusion policy conducted by several parties ... But I will exert efforts to assume my responsibilities to mend the gaps" between the March 14 parties.He warned that any cracks that hit the country's unity would tear it down, underlining that the coalition will hold onto the Taif Accord and Lebanese Constitution. March 14 leaders boast that the Syrian army's withdrawal from Lebanon after nearly three decades of domination, and the establishment of the U.N.-backed Special Tribunal for Lebanon to probe Hariri's assassination, were the coalition's two biggest achievements.However, cracks began to rise to public recently over sharp differences over the presidential election, in particular between the Future Movement and the Lebanese Forces who respectively support Marada Movement leader Sleiman Frangieh and Change and Reform chief MP Michel Aoun's candidacies.
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