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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
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