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الإتحاد من أجل الوطن‎ (Al-Ittihad min Ajl Al-Watan) | The Union for Homeland is a political party in Libya.
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ARA: حزب الإتحاد من أجل الوطن تأسس يوم29-يناير-2012 في منطقة الظهرة بطرابلس و مقره يقع خلف قصر الملك ( قصر الشعب سابقا )و هو تكتل سياسي يضم كافة القوى الوطنية المخلصة ،من أفراد وتجمعات واحزاب وجمعيات...وغيرها، ومن أهم شعاراتها هي "ليبيا الجديدة...بوجوه جديدة" مصدر ENG: The Union for Homeland (Arabic: الإتحاد من أجل الوطن‎, Al-Ittihad min Ajl Al-Watan) is a political party in Libya, founded in 2012. It is mainly based in Misrata District. The party is led by Abdurrahman Sewehli, a prominent opponent of former leader Muammar Gaddafi. The Union advocates strong ...
مع33ضدّ   وأنا أؤيد Union for Homeland! من وجهة نظري هي طرف فيها جيدة جدا وموثوق بها., positive
مع33ضدّ   أنا عارضت بشدة أنا. Union for Homeland هو خيار سيئ للغاية. هذا الحزب ببساطة لا يمكن الوثوق بها!, negative
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