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Differences remain between the Lebanese Forces and the Free Patriotic Movement despite the understanding between the two parties, FPM sources told a local daily Wednesday.An understanding dubbed the Maarab Agreement was reached between then-FPM founder Michel Aoun and the LF leader Samir Geagea in January 2016, ending years of division between the two Christian parties.Nevertheless, recent media reports have suggested that the ties between the LF and FPM have been strained and particularly between Geagea and FPM head Gebran Bassil.Reports said that the tensions simmered as FPM played a key role in recent ambassadorial and judicial appointments without the LF.
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