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MAKHZOUMI: It is Time to Look Forward to a Civil State





MAKHZOUMI: It is Time to Look Forward to a Civil State

16 Nov 2019

Lebanon - National Dialogue Party Head, MP Fouad Makhzoumi, said in a statement on Saturday that "the time has come to look forward to a civil state, as the Lebanese place sectarian divisions behind their backs."

He cited the national slogans raised by the popular movement in various regions, cities and villages of Lebanon, which have unified all protest squares, namely in rejecting sectarian quotas and demanding a decent living, social justice and the right to citizenship.

Makhzoumi concluded his statement by calling for "a civil state that treats its citizens as equals, preserves the rights of all away from sectarian restriction and protects liberties under the rooftop of the law."


 














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