Saturday, November 25, 2006

What's happening within the FPM?

From the "daily star":
"However, seeming to break ranks from the Hizbullah-aligned Free Patriotic Movement (FPM), an MP from the Reform and Change parliamentary bloc urged the resigned ministers to return to their duties in order for Cabinet to pass the draft.
"We urge the resigned ministers and ... Lahoud to participate in the session in order to approve the international tribunal," Neamatallah Abi Nasr said after meeting with Maronite Patriarch Nasrallah Boutros Sfeir Friday.
FPM leader MP Michel Aoun said Nasr has expressed a "personal opinion," but hoped it would help resolve the crisis. "

It was quite obvious that the biggest losers politically from the fallout over Pierre Gemayel's murder was the FPM. I could never understand the anti-syrian platform but pro-syrian stance in that movement. I've said it before and I'll say it agian, they seem to be a well educated decent party that truely cares for Lebanon, if only they'd jettison Aoun and his personal ambitions....

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