Marada Movement chief Sleiman Frangieh during a meeting with loyalists, Sunday, June 4, 2017. (The Daily Star/Twitter, HO)
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Marada Movement chief Sleiman Frangieh Sunday criticized those who campaigned against the proportional system and changed their stance when rivals widely agreed on adopting it.In a meeting with Marada loyalists from the north Lebanon town of Bsharri, Frangieh stressed unity between the two historically rival towns of Bsharri and Zgharta, another key town of north Lebanon and Frangieh's hometown.Bsharri is the hometown of Frangieh's rival, Lebanese Forces chief Samir Geagea.
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