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Sunday, 17 June 2007

Toni Nissi
Toni Nissi

The second portion Eblan Farris from the Washington Bureau of the World Council for the Cedars Revolution interviews the Director and Beirut Chief Coordinator of the Committee for the Implementation of UNSCR 1559 in Lebanon Mr. Toni Nissi. In this interiew the Director is asked about MP Walid Eido, the current situation on the ground, UN Res. 1559/Syrian Withdrawal from Lebanon, Why the Lebanese Government refuses to ask the International Community to disarm militias and protect the civil society in Lebanon from Iranian and Syrian manipulations on the Lebanon that is fueling a Civil War, UN Res. 1701.

 

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