Phalange quits March 14 to follow an independent path


Al-Afkar magazine: Phalange Party leader and former Lebanese president Amin Gemayel said that his party broke off from the March 14 alliance to follow an independent path. He stressed, however, that the party still believes in the principles of March 14 and the Cedar Revolution. Gemayel also said that keeping Hezbollah’s arms contradicts international resolutions. He also accused Syria of failing to finalize the border demarcation with Lebanon and not acknowledging that the Shebaa farms are Lebanese. Source: Now Lebanon



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