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March 8 Alliance

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The March 8 Alliance is a coalition of various political parties in Lebanon. It was the ruling coalition in Lebanon with the government headed by Prime Minister Najib Mikati from June 2011 until 23 March 2013.

The name dates back to 8 March 2005 when different parties called for a mass demonstration in downtown Beirut in response to the Cedar Revolution. The demonstration thanked Syria for helping stop the Lebanese Civil War and the aid in stabilising Lebanon and supporting the Lebanese resistance to the Israeli occupation.

The Free Patriotic Movement (FPM) was the basis of the March 14 Alliance movement. FPM launched the Liberation War against the Syrian Army on 14 March 1989 and participated in all demonstrations against the Syrian occupation until the Cedar Revolution’s mass demonstration on 14 March 2005. The Free Patriotic Movement (FPM) split from the March 14 Alliance on 6 February 2006, when its leader Michel Aoun signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Hezbollah. FPM considered its project against the Syrian government completed when the Syrian army left Lebanon at the end of April 2005.

Free Patriotic Movement led by Michel Aoun eventually joined the rival March 8 Alliance, becoming one of its principal coalition partners insulated water bottle.

The Progressive Socialist Party left the March 14 alliance in January 2011 after being one of its cornerstones and ostensibly aligned itself with the alliance’s Change and Reform Bloc after Walid Jumblatt visited Damascus usa football jersey. This move gave the alliance and its partners a majority in the parliament toffs football shirts, enabling them to name Najib Mikati as prime minister to form the Lebanese government of June 2011.[citation needed]

The government led by March 8 Alliance survived 22 months until Mikati’s resignation on 23 March 2013.

It held 68 of 128 seats in the parliament after the 2009 elections and consisted of:

التيار الوطني الحر

حركة أمل

حزب الله

الحزب الديمقراطي اللبناني

تيار المردة

حركة مجد


الحزب السوري القومي الإجتماعي

حزب البعث العربي الإشتراكي

حزب التضامن

كتلة سكاف

التنظيم الشعبي الناصري

الحزب الديمقراطي العربي

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