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حزب الجبهة الوطنية (Hizb Al-Jabha Al-Wataniyya) | The National Front Party is a political party in Libya.
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ARA: حزب الجبهة الوطنية حزب سياسي ليبي تأسس في مايو 2012. يرتبط الحزب بالجبهة الوطنية لإنقاذ ليبيا المعارض سابقاً لحكم معمر القذافي، والتي تأسست في سنة 1981. يصنف حزب الجبهة الوطنية مع الأحزاب الليبرالية والتقدمية، ويطالب بحكومة ديمقراطية ومدىً معيناً من اللامركزية، معارضاً في الوقت نفسه النظام الفيدرالي. الإقليم الأساسي للحزب الإقليم الشرقي ويقوده محمد يوسف المقريف، المنشق السابق من شرق ليبيا. تأسس سنة مايو 2012 القادة محمد يوسف ...
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