Sabaa holds its first Batroun meeting Sep. 22, 2017. (The Daily Star/Antoine Amrieh)
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The Sabaa Party Sunday announced its 20 candidates running for the May 6 parliamentary elections, promising a fresh alternative to Lebanon's traditional political parties and to create "a new generation of leaders".In a televised event, the independent party pledged to fully disclose its candidates' assets, in a commitment to transparency, and to steer clear of outside influences. In line with the party's appeal to Lebanon's younger generation, each candidate spoke about their children and stressed the importance of securing their future in the country.
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