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Tripoli Bloc

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Tripoli Bloc

Tripoli Bloc
التكتل الطرابلسي
Leader Mohammad Safadi
Founded 1960s
Headquarters Tripoli, Lebanon
Ideology Liberalism
Political position Centre
National affiliation March 14 Alliance
Parliament of Lebanon
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Cabinet of Lebanon
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The Tripoli Bloc has been one of the political blocs present in the Lebanese Parliament. In 1961, the bloc had four members in the parliament.[1] All members of the bloc are deputies from Tripoli (Lebanon). At the elections in June 2005, the bloc was part of the March 14 Alliance and the Rafik Hariri Martyr List that won the elections. It remained committed to the basic premises of the March 14 Alliance in 2008.[2]

The members:


  1. ^ Yitzhak Oron, Ed. Middle East Record Volume 2, 1961. The Moshe Dayan Center. p. 378. GGKEY:4Q1FXYK79X8. Retrieved 10 January 2013. 
  2. ^ "Safadi stresses his Tripoli bloc's ties to March 14". The Daily Star. 12 April 2008. Retrieved 10 January 2013. 
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