A suppoerter of Kilna Watani ("All for the Nation"), which is part of Talahof Watani ("My Nation's Coalition") chants slogans during a protest near the Interior Ministry, Beirut, May 7, 2018. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Tahalof Watani ("My Nation's Coalition") Tuesday suspended the Sabaa Party's membership until an investigation into accusations made by former member MP Paula Yacoubian concludes, the state-run National News Agency reported.The video being filmed in the footage appears to be one shared last week by pro-FPM blog Agoraleaks.com, in which the driver says the MP "has money" and that he heard she has "properties outside [Lebanon] in London and Cannes, [France]".Yacoubian refuted the claims, saying she owns only one property outside Lebanon, in the United States, and that as someone who never had access to public funds before becoming an MP last year, she acquired the properties she has owned using her own wealth.
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