YouStink protesters carry Lebanese flags during a rally in Beirut, Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The alliance has a general assembly, composed of 14 voting members – one male and one female for the seven founding parties.Most recently, United for Lebanon uncovered alleged waste of resources and corruption in the National Social Security Fund, and have taken cases to the judiciary.He said United for Lebanon itself was, so far, looking to field two to three candidates in Beirut's first district and Baabda, but would likely announce more in the south.For example, once candidates for specific seats are decided by Tahalof Watani, any member of the alliance forfeits their right to run against that candidate.The group fielded candidates across Lebanon then, and a member of the group's political committee, Mounir Doumani, said they would do the same now.
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