Aley Trade Association celebrates its 13th annual dinner
30 Aug 2018

In the presence of the President of the Democratic Gathering, MP Taymor Jumblatt, MPs Akram Shehayeb, Faysal Sayegh, the Mayor of Aley, Wajdi Murad, the Head of Economic Organizations Mohammed Choucair, the Chief of Staff of the Lebanese Armed Forces, represented by Colonel Nadim Al Qaqoun, along with the permanent sponsor of the activities of the Aley trade association, Sheikh Ghassan Assaf, represented by Nadim Hamada, the President of the Mount Lebanon Merchants Union, Sheikh Nassib Al-Gemayel, Princess Hayat Arslan, the head of the Yassar Democratic Movement Munir Barakat, sub President of Al-Mawarid bank Nahla Abo Diab, MP Fadi Haber and Camille Sarieddine and Zuhair Hariz Board of Trustees of the University of MUBS and Chairman Dr. Hatem Alama and Mr. Talaat Al Lahham.

"This meeting has become a date that everyone waits for," said the head of Aley Trade Association, Samir Shehayeb. "Some consider it an occasion for a forum for businessmen, political and social activists, while others wait to announce their positions ... and raise the cry of the commercial sector and warn of the danger of deteriorating economic conditions." Lebanon is on the verge of collapse, and worse year after year in the absence of an economic plan for governments and the continued deficit, waste and corruption in all files, in addition to the decline of growth and the decline in production in the industrial sectors, agricultural, trade and tourism. " He also thanked Bank of Beirut and the Arab Countries, Al-Mawarid Bank and Bank of Beirut.

The Mayor of Aley, Mr. Wajdi Murad, stressed in his speech that "what we see today on social networking sites is worthless, considering that every person has his place , and that relativity law and elections are the ones that set the form of the Parliament ." He wished that everyone would have the love and sincerity of Aley city which gave its loyalty to its people and neighbors.

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