LiBaladi is part of the national alliance known as Tahalof Watani, comprised of multiple groups, some of which could still join the lists in the Beirut districts.
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LiBaladi, a newly formed political group running in the upcoming parliamentary elections, announced seven candidates and its political program at an event in Hamra Friday evening. Running for the three Armenian Orthodox seats in the Beirut I electoral district are Laury Haytayan, an expert in oil and gas governance in the MENA region; Yorgui Teyrouz, a pharmacist and the founder of Donner Sang Compter, an NGO that provides blood for patients in need; and Levon Telvezian, an architect, urban planner, university professor and the United Nations National Urban Policy Adviser in Lebanon.The party's candidate for Beirut I's Orthodox seat will be Tarek Ammar, an expert in the development of public policy.LiBaladi is part of the national alliance known as Tahalof Watani (My Country Alliance), comprised of multiple groups, some of which could still join the lists in the Beirut districts.
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