Geagea and Bassil chat in Bkirki.
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Today, this assertion holds true for the Lebanese Forces and the Free Patriotic Movement, two of Lebanon's more prominent Christian parties, which in the past have been known to lock horns in pursuit of unilateral authority, irrespective of the damage inflicted or the negative impact that has on other communities and governance.It's time for the main Christian parties, who are lovers one day and foes the next, to shed their animosity, whose splinters are covering their own communities before all else, creating a poisonous climate, and through venomous words destroying an amicable relationship that was built brick by brick over many years.
Imposing a fait accompli
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