Communications we held with Hezbollah and LF aim for stability – Kanaan

Member of Change and Reform bloc MP Ibrahim Kanaan stated that “the voter turnout at the Free Patriotic Movement primary elections reached 80%, thus revealing the closeness of the officials to their foundation”.

“That is a good sign before parliamentary elections,” he said.

Following Change and Reform bloc weekly meeting, Kanaan stated that, all those ambitious at FPM should achieve that move because their message is not just freeing Lebanon, but to build a country where everyone is a partner in”.

On another note, Kanaan stressed that the only thing they are asking for at the dialogue is the implementation of the constitution.

“The electoral law must be constitutional,” he explained.

Kannan said that “all communications whether held between FPM and Hezbollah or FPM and Lebanese Forces aim to secure stability”.

For his part, Education Minister Elias Bou Saab pointed out that the death of kid at a summer camp reveals the existence of many gaps that should be covered, while calling for immediate action.

“Summer camps and activities must be licensed” he added.

Bou Saab also addressed the issue of 2014 ​Baccalaureate degree holders, stating that they can apply for any job.