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Free Patriotic Movement MP Roger Azar Monday assured the public a new party headquarters in Nahr al-Kalb would not destroy the area's archeological heritage, clarifying comments made the day before by FPM leader Gebran Bassil. Bassil had said during a trip to the Nahr al-Kalb area that the FPM would build its new headquarters on the top of what he called the "Independence Rock," a site featured on the UNESCO Memory of the World register due to the more than 20 historic commemorative stelae carved into it. Azar clarified that the headquarters would be built in a place not visible from the historical site, on the Dbayeh side of the mountain.
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