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Abu Faour: They wish that Lebanon would return to Syrian regime’s orbit

MP Wael Abu Faour said Sunday that certain sides in the country desire that Lebanon would return to the orbit of the Syrian regime.

“You are communicating with them [Syrian authorities] because you want Lebanon to go back to the orbit of the Syrian regime, and this is not going to happen…You are addressing this regime that depends on mass displacement…How can we negotiate with the same regime that was responsible for displacement to ensure the return of refugees to Syria?” questioned Abu Faour.

Touching on the recent naturalization decree, Abu Faour voiced his Party’s objection to said decree, saying, “The Progressive Socialist Party will apply to the Interior Ministry to obtain a copy of this decree to appeal against it, and certainly this decree will not pass unnoticed.”

“It cannot be accepted to convert the Lebanese nationality into a commodity sold for money…to killers and murder collaborators!” Abu Faour exclaimed.

He stressed that his Party will exert every effort to overthrow this decree, adding, “…let no one provide justifications and talk about powers…and before that comes the question of national choices…”

“Prerogatives are given but within the context of reason…The issue lies not in rights and powers, but rather in ethics in politics, and in citizenship and its commitments,” underlined Abu Faour.

On the electoral level, he said: “We have fought a political battle worthy of fighting…It is the battle for political balance and the preservation of the Taef Accord and what remains of the constitution, institutions and laws in this country.”

Abu Faour’s words came during his participation in a ceremony organized by the PSP electoral machine in the villages of Rashaya and West Beqaa, in wake of the recently concluded parliamentary elections.

Source: National News Agency

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MP Wael Abu Faour said Sunday that certain sides in the country desire that Lebanon would return to the orbit of the Syrian regime. 'You are communicating with them because you want Lebanon to go back to the orbit of the Syrian regime, and this is not going...

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Abu Faour: They wish that Lebanon would return to Syrian regime’s orbit

MP Wael Abu Faour said Sunday that certain sides in the country desire that Lebanon would return to the orbit of the Syrian regime.

“You are communicating with them [Syrian authorities] because you want Lebanon to go back to the orbit of the Syrian regime, and this is not going to happen…You are addressing this regime that depends on mass displacement…How can we negotiate with the same regime that was responsible for displacement to ensure the return of refugees to Syria?” questioned Abu Faour.

Touching on the recent naturalization decree, Abu Faour voiced his Party’s objection to said decree, saying, “The Progressive Socialist Party will apply to the Interior Ministry to obtain a copy of this decree to appeal against it, and certainly this decree will not pass unnoticed.”

“It cannot be accepted to convert the Lebanese nationality into a commodity sold for money…to killers and murder collaborators!” Abu Faour exclaimed.

He stressed that his Party will exert every effort to overthrow this decree, adding, “…let no one provide justifications and talk about powers…and before that comes the question of national choices…”

“Prerogatives are given but within the context of reason…The issue lies not in rights and powers, but rather in ethics in politics, and in citizenship and its commitments,” underlined Abu Faour.

On the electoral level, he said: “We have fought a political battle worthy of fighting…It is the battle for political balance and the preservation of the Taef Accord and what remains of the constitution, institutions and laws in this country.”

Abu Faour’s words came during his participation in a ceremony organized by the PSP electoral machine in the villages of Rashaya and West Beqaa, in wake of the recently concluded parliamentary elections.

Source: National News Agency

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MP Wael Abu Faour said Sunday that certain sides in the country desire that Lebanon would return to the orbit of the Syrian regime. 'You are communicating with them because you want Lebanon to go back to the orbit of the Syrian regime, and this is not going...

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