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Geagea announces Aoun nomination to presidency
 
 
 
 
 
 
19-01-2016
 
Lebanese Forces (LF) leader Samir Geagea announced on Monday the LF's nomination of "Change and Reform" head MP General Michel Aoun for presidency.

The announcement came during a joint press conference at Maarab with General Michel Aoun, attended by Foreign and Expatriates Minister Jibran Bassil, "Change and Reform" Secretary MP Ibrahim Kenaan, and MPs George Adwan and Streeda Geagea.

The press conference also took place in the presence of LF Media and Communication Official Melhem Riachi, and LF and FPM other officials.

Geagea said during the press conference that the LF has been keen since the first moment on the completion of the presidential elections on due time, indicating that the long standing vacuum in presidency has left repercussions on the well-functioning of state institutions and jeopardized the state's presence in itself.

"We were about to be on the verge of the abyss, and it became a must to come out with an unusual rescue process," Geagea remarked, hoping that the LF's nomination step- which came after thorough discussions reflections and study- would hold hope in its folds to exit out into a more secure, natural and stable situation.

Geagea also indicated that the positively progressing relations between the LF and FPM, notably via the Declaration of Intentions blueprint which was signed between the two camps last June, 2015, have prompted the LF Party to adopt such a nomination.

"The Declaration of Intent with the FPM forms an important platform for a presidential program," the LF leader said, noting that both sides agreed to abide by the Taef Accord and the need to control the borders in both directions.

Geagea also called on his allies in March 14 camp and the Cedar Revolution to adopt Aoun's nomination as president.
 
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